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Re: Logic Question
« Reply #210 on: January 10, 2021, 08:45:08 AM »
I suffer from sleep paralysis, not major like every night, sometimes 5/6 times a year or along them lines... Nothing special, half in, half out, laid there, awake, but asleep at the same time, cannot move, cannot talk and, some hallucations going off, like, squiggly things trying to get in between the door and frame, spiders (fooking hate spiders too) and other oddities! :D

Man I hate that ...  I do not hallucinate then ... IF this happens, it only happens when sleeping on my belly, not my back (never happened when laying on my back - so maybe some "nerves squeezed" or so?). If it happens I almost _everytime_ have my face laying half or full "into" my pillow or the matress. I then cannot move. In my earlier youthood I was barely able to breathe then (breathing through a pillow...) it was like breathing through a straw. it took "felt" 5 minutes or so until I was suddenly able to move a leg or arm and then the whole body.
But I am with my wife now for ... almost 20 years and she got kind of used to me having this stuff 1-2 times a year. AND ... I am able to use my "breathe" to make unclear "noise" (you barely understand what I say as I cannot move my tongue or my lips then). She hears me moaning (after a while) and it is not a random moan but a "hhhhhh hhh hhhh" (so like crying her name - without closing the lips or moving the tongue). She then shakes an arm  or so from me - I can move again and thank her. Then - once my heart rate normalized again - fall asleep and it does not happen again for many months.

As said I do not have any hallucinations when this happens, am no sleep walker, am "dreaming" rather rarely (albeit I give my body 5-7hrs of sleep each day, so enough to do so). In earlier times I thought my "sleep paralysis" was also just a nightmare dream - but since my wife is with me I know that it is not just a dream.


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Re: Logic Question
« Reply #211 on: January 10, 2021, 09:37:58 AM »
Ahhhh, a fellow sufferer! ;)

The hallucations thing is a bit of a nightmare like... The last time it happened and my, well, conscious woke so to speak, the first thing I heard was "clicking" noises, and when everything came to view there was this, like 7 inch spider right in front of me clicking it's legs towards me, like in a grabbing fashion, just hanging there in front of me, grabbing and clicking when its legs came together, like I say, I f'ing hate spiders, I'm a right tart when it comes to them, so seeing them in one of them episodes isnt the best, anyway, it eventually dropped down on the bed and scurried off over the edge, I was like "hhhhhh hhhhh hhhh hhhhhhh" like you mentioned, cos obviously the little shit was on the loose now (Well, it wasnt but it was if you get me), and there was nothing I could do as I couldnt move a single muscle. Anyway, I could still hear the clicking after it buggered off, when I eventually came around and was able move, I sat up, and realised, the bloody clicking noises were from the vertical blinds waving in the draft through the window that was open... Suffice to say, I went to BnQ (Our version of your OBI stores) and bought a roller blackout blind and whacked that up! :D

Anyway, I think what kicks mine off it just sheer tiredness and having a lot on at the same time, we all have them moments where we are knackered, but, theres a lot of activity buzzing about in our grey matters, and the whole system is a bit topsy turvy, I cannot actually pin anything else down other then that really, for myself. I do think its my bodies way of telling me to slow down, I'm not sure when I started getting them "regularly" as in, I expect them X amounts of times a year, but I do recall odd moments when I lived at my mams, like waking back up in a shock just after nodding off, which I called "Falling off the garden gate", you know that feeling when your say, on a chair and balancing it on the back two legs and you just cock it enough to get the feeling your a gonna and you have that little shock moment... Like that, and I sorta lashed my arms out, my right arm went right into the wall, no damage, it was just in there, floating about in the wall, I was looking at it thinking "How the f***?", then, it went a bit hazy and disappeared and my right arm was happily tucked under my right side! :D

Overall though... Doesnt stop me going to sleep, I dont worry about it now, if it happens it happens and nothing will spoil that lush moment when the day has been a pile of crap and you nestle yourself under the covers to hide away from the world for a few hours! :) ;) hehehe

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Re: Logic Question
« Reply #212 on: January 11, 2021, 11:31:01 PM »
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« Reply #213 on: January 12, 2021, 08:45:08 PM »
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« Reply #214 on: January 12, 2021, 10:29:13 PM »
As expected....drug test result...
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Re: Logic Question
« Reply #215 on: January 13, 2021, 12:06:36 AM »
Whatever your thoughts on my comments about being drugged...well hey it forces me to relax and not work so hard, and to take the foot off the accelerator pedal in life.
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Re: Logic Question
« Reply #216 on: January 13, 2021, 07:37:48 AM »
Whatever your thoughts on my comments about being drugged...well hey it forces me to relax and not work so hard, and to take the foot off the accelerator pedal in life.

Why?
Why are "someone wants to poison/do something to/... me" things enforcing to you relax and not work so hard?

Search work, put cameras in the house (you are out of your home then - best chances for "them" to do something there - and for you, to record it on camera). Search work and gain some money ... and learn to know some people.

So I think "taking of the foot" is the wrong thing to do now.


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