Sleep Paralysis Hallucinations

By Staff — From Published at January 17, 2011 Views 2,554 Comments 1 Likes 1

What was once thought to be the work of invisible witches and hags has now been proven to be nothing but a medical condition. Sleep paralysis hallucinations are hallucinations that accompany sleep paralysis. Sleep paralysis is a condition wherein, when the person is just waking up from his sleep, that is, he is not fully awake nor is he asleep, at that time he is rendered paralyzed, that is, immobilized. The seriousness of this condition is often compounded by the fact that there are also vivid hallucinations that a person sees or feels during these attacks. Given below are the causes, symptoms and ways to prevent the occurrence of sleep paralysis and its accompanying hallucinations.

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PUDaniel February 15, 2011 at 9:25 am   

I suffered from Sleep paralysis hallucinations and was diagnosed with mild Narcolepsy and was prescribed Ritalin (methylphenidate) then Provigil (Modafinil) and finally Nuvigil (Armodafinil). They all worked, but got better with each change. I'm now only using the Nuvigil on an as needed usage. Usually I'll take it about mid morning when I feel drowsy or unable to focus.

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