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First off, I just want to say a little bit about myself.  I am currently working on research for a sci-fi book I am writing but as I was watching some research related programming I came across something I am genuinely curious about as it has happened to me multiple times.  

 

Many people have accounts of waking and being immobilized and feeling or seeing a "presence" in the room.  I have gone through this more times than I can account for myself but have attributed it to a sleep disorder known as sleep Paralysis.  This disorder apparently is where your brain "wakes up" before the chemicals it releases to immobilize you during sleep wear off.  Could this account for the theories behind accounts of aliens coming in the night for us while we sleep?

 

I would like to add that many of these experiences include an intense feeling of fear, a futile attempt to get away from something I feel is there watching me lIke a malevolent presence and often times have been accompanied by very vivid and terrifying nightmares.  These I have always put off as they have been happening since I was a very small child.  My main question was and still remains could this be attributed to the sleep disorder I have described above? 

 

Any and all discussion on this is welcome and much appreciated.

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I, too had this sleep paralysis problem when I was about 13 years old. I learned how to ward off sleep to get out of paralysis ever since. Once in a great while, I would start choking because my lungs would stop functioning... I could not breathe. It could be a health issue but I do not think so despite what friends were telling me about sleep apnea. 

In order to have my lungs "restarted", I would place both fingers in my mouth, touching both sides of the mouth deep where the pituitary gland is. When both fingers, from my right hand, pressed on both sides at the same time, it some how sends a electric shock through out my mouth and down to the lungs. It feels just like getting zapped by static electricity. I then start breathing easily. 

Truth be told, I have no clue where I got this idea from and what made me do this. It must've been some sort of an natural survival capability that I didn't know that I have. 

Paralysis of this kind, should not allow me to move at all, even my arms and hands. For the last 30 years, I had done this on countless occasions when I have to. In 2003, I was diagnosed having fibromyalgia all throughout my life because of constant everyday body nerve pain that I had to suffer through. After taking the initial prescribed medicine, I decided not to take them anymore, because it wasn't working out for me anyways. It didn't help. 

When my overall nervous system gets so painful, I resort to drinking beer and whisky constantly and at one point, I was drinking almost everyday because of the pain. Beer and whisky did help but the pain would always come back the next day. 

Anyways, 

Last year I had a bad tooth abscess and it needed to be extracted. It was one of the back lower teeth which had gone bad and the dental assistant filled up the needle with the numbing agent and inserted it in the back of my mouth, however missing the numbing area, which caused me to jolt heavily on the chair. It was excruciatingly painful and she apologized for missing the spot and proceeded to put the needle in the right area. My tooth was then extracted. 

Few hours later, I started to realize that I was no longer suffering a specific type of pain which I am accustomed to. The nerve in the muscles would hurt all over and now that pain is mysteriously gone. The pain would increase and decrease every single day. On a good day, my pain is less but it's still there, but on a bad day, I could barely walk. 

Ever since the incident with the tooth extraction process, I no longer felt any nervous pain, all the way from my eyes to my toes. I no longer feel the 'burning' sensation and no longer feel the nerve muscle 'twitching' pain. I was considering going back to my original doctor to tell her the good news but even then I don't think anyone would ever believe me, but instead I went back to the dentist office where I had my tooth extracted. 

I asked the dentist that if it would be possible to cause some sort of 'nerve or tissue damage' if the needle with the numbing agent struck a nerve in a wrong way. He said yes its possible but he had his eyes on his dental assistant. I told him, dont blame her, that she healed my affliction with fibromyalgia. I now begun to believe the answer to this disorder, is a nerve issue in the back of the mouth. The incident with the numbing agent needle somehow "cut" that nerve off or did something which blocks the entire nervous system from sending pain signals. 

I was so happy on that day... I walked down to the park and back... I started jogging, etc, mind me, I am a very heavy set man.. something I had not been able to do ever since high school. It was my main reason for quitting all those high school sports that I wanted to join. I couldn't participate in sports because of the overall body pain which I started to experience before I got into high school (around the age of 14)... 

I got involved in drugs, alcohol, etc..... oh yes... I was trying to find a way to kill the pain.. drugs..you name it, I've done some of them back then. I no longer do drugs because my body had reached the tolerance level with the pain and drugs weren't helping at all. Even when I took some of my wife's prescribed hydrocodone medicine, it did help a bit but again, the pain would become worse after the medicine wears off. It had gotten so bad, and at one point I was very close to taking meth, or any of those harsh drugs but lucky enough I never tried them. I knew then, it wouldn't work either because I was afraid that the overall nerve pain would be 100 times worse when there is a strong drug presence in my blood after it wears off. 

Couldn't do much at home.. because of this pain. Staying in bed all the time.. lack of exercise caused obesity, etc,... I couldn't hold down a job because of this disorder. It really sucked. 

Crystal meth, crank, crack..cocaine.. all those drugs.. are scary after finding out what it does to the person taking them. Instant addiction... thank God I didn't take those. I was one smart kid... sad enough, its too bad about other people who could not control the urge to not take any of those bad drugs. 

Sleeping disorder, nerve pain and muscle pain symptoms, etc, are all signs of a fibromyalgia syndrome. After doing intense research into this syndrome over the years, thanks to the internet, I know these medical websites do not mention much of anything about this disorder causing sleep paralysis. My theory, is that sleep paralysis is also an symptom of this fibromyalgia syndrome as pretty much regarding the breathing issues too. 

Hallucinations is also a culprit in this syndrome, but is often rarely indicated. Yes, I had such dreams and visions of alien entities in my bedroom, etc, however after getting used to them, I mentally told them, you're MORE THAN WELCOME TO TAKE MY BODY AND USE IT... if YOU CAN HANDLE IT. --- watching too many SCI FI movies about ghosts and aliens possessing bodies.. etc... 

If I still have this pain today, I would WELCOME anyone, malevolent presence, etc,  to come in my body and do whatever they like with it because I couldn't bear this problem with fibromyalgia any longer. 

Today.. right now.... 

I feel no muscle - nerve pain. Nothing. Not even the burning sensation in my eye sockets... nothing..that's the first thing I expect to feel when it gradually increase in pain intensity. I feel like a 10 year old boy.. ever since that injection incident, I have been crying off and on, telling myself how impossible this is... to actually be cured from fibromyalgia. Oh yea... I am crying a little bit now.. but so happy.. 

I hope any of this helps anyone who is currently experiencing this. I believe the cure is in the back of the mouth. A real life miracle for me... 

 

Thanks for reading. Laugh

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Meghan said
First off, I just want to say a little bit about myself.  I am currently working on research for a sci-fi book I am writing but as I was watching some research related programming I came across something I am genuinely curious about as it has happened to me multiple times.  

 

Many people have accounts of waking and being immobilized and feeling or seeing a "presence" in the room.  I have gone through this more times than I can account for myself but have attributed it to a sleep disorder known as sleep Paralysis.  This disorder apparently is where your brain "wakes up" before the chemicals it releases to immobilize you during sleep wear off.  Could this account for the theories behind accounts of aliens coming in the night for us while we sleep?

 

I would like to add that many of these experiences include an intense feeling of fear, a futile attempt to get away from something I feel is there watching me lIke a malevolent presence and often times have been accompanied by very vivid and terrifying nightmares.  These I have always put off as they have been happening since I was a very small child.  My main question was and still remains could this be attributed to the sleep disorder I have described above? 

 

Any and all discussion on this is welcome and much appreciated.  

Meghan,

First of all, I wish you the best of luck with your book because I'm also a writer and published author and I'm currently spearheading a magazine that is not related to science fiction, aliens, etc., but rather one of my other passions, motorcycles.

Second, I suffer, in the past, currently, and forever into the future, from a sleep disorder known as parasomnia. Sleep paralysis is part of parasomnia. It's very scary to experience sleep paralysis and I encounter it from time to time due to my condition. I was diagnosed with this condition on May 21, 2011 when I was suffering from hyponatremia and I was in extremely bad condition. The attending doctor told me after I woke up from my three day coma that I was literally thirty minutes from dying. The neurologist that was assigned to me diagnosed me with parasomnia after he witnessed what I was doing while in this coma. This condition includes sleep paralysis along with a type of seizure, sleeping walking, talking in your sleep and even having sex in your sleep with your partner, if you have one at the time. Sleep eating is all part of this condition. This condition is most of the time seen in preteen children and young teenagers who are going through puberty because the changes in brain chemistry can cause this disorder but most children will outgrow it. For those very people such as myself, we never do. Our brains have developed in such a way that it remains very active especially after falling asleep and it causes these actions to happen, including sleep paralysis. And you're correct about it. It's a condition where our bodies wake up before the chemicals that immobilize us (these chemicals really do paralyze us to keep us from hurting ourselves while asleep), have dissipated.

Now, to get on with what you said about the feeling of a presence and possibly aliens being there to take you with them to wherever they go. I sit on the fence about this. I can go either way with it. I firmly believe in alien lifeforms that can visit us and I'm also scientific about this as well. I question everything. Just from what I know about my own sleep disorder, I know I get terrified at times while in that very strange state where I'm in between sleep and being awake. Sometimes my brain doesn't like it so much that it makes me have a type of seizure but it's of a type that supposedly doesn't cause me any lasting damage. Thank goodness. It mimics a gran mal (which has now been labeled as a tonic-clonic seizure) and it's not any fun at all. I feel so terrible after it's happened and I struggle the next day to stay in a fairly good mood and I feel so tired from it.

But I'll explain something that's happened to me in the past. Earlier this year, I had sat up in my sleep, like I do quite frequently despite taking medicine to help my brain slow down and get the rest it needs, and I was looking at a dark figure in the corner of the room. It had the outline of an elderly woman carrying an older style of purse. It was completely made out of black and I couldn't see the face at all since it was a complete silhouette. But this 'lady' figure stood there and I yelled at it to go away. I think I even cursed at it and telling it to leave me alone. Was it an alien? I don't know. It didn't look like what we usually attribute to being an alien. It looked like a human woman. Just all black and a silhouette.

There was a night before that even happened where my covers got pulled on some and I sat right up in bed and yelled for the entity to stop doing that.

So is all of this because of aliens? It's hard to say really. The only thing I can say is that I was sleeping when it happened and it felt like I was in a dream when it did happen so I can't say for certain if it was alien or not. It very well could've been. All I can say is that our brains are very sensitive to anything and if we have any sort of sleep disorder, any kind of physical stimulus whether it's just a sound or a touch from a pillow or from your partner, can set off an episode where you do any of the parasomnic activities such as sleep walking, talking, etc.

the fear you describe could simply be what we feel when our brains are in that transition state of sleep to being awake. sleep paralysis is a real thing because our bodies and brains release certain hormones to render us immobilized so that we don't hurt ourselves and so that our bodies can rest as well and some of us, like you and me, will wake up before those chemicals have eased up causing all sorts of feelings and whatnot.

aliens are real. if they show up while we're in those states of sleep, i'm not going to say they don't because it's all possible. perhaps they know that information as well. they know that they can show up during those phases because we can't do much anyway. it's all possible.

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