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Sleep Paralysis – why it’s so terrifying, and how you can manage it.

It’s 6am. You’re eyes aren’t yet open, but you know you’re awake. You also know you’re completely immobilised. Totally unable to move a muscle, you cannot even use your lips to form a single word. If you could, you would almost certainly cry out for help, because along with your complete paralysis, comes a bizarre array of terrifying experiences. Some sufferers of this frightening state report hearing strange sounds; others feel as though a heavy weight is pushing down on them, while still others experience the sensation of falling or floating, or believe they will...