Very few things are better than a good night’s sleep. To relax and slumber while your body heals itself and your mind goes through a reboot of the upper level thought processes. Many a writer or artist attributes their creative career to dreams had while they slept. But, what happens when you wake up and realize that you can’t move or speak?
The medical term for this condition is “sleep paralysis”, and it can occur when you are either just falling asleep or starting to wake up. Your body naturally makes it so that your muscles are “deactivated” when you sleep. If it didn’t, every action you took in your dreams would be acted out in real-time and you or someone else stand a good chance of getting hurt. With sleep paralysis, you wake up faster than your body is able to turn the physical switches back on…
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