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It's the same old thing, like everyone else I can see and hear but I can't move.
But what I haven't heard about before is that, every time it happens to me there is a very loud buzzing or humming sound in my brain.
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by Courtney (USA) I don't know that I've ever had sleep paralysis happen at night. But when I experience it the most is when I take naps during the day, which I try to avoid for that reason.
This could make it more likely to wake up outside of REM.)In regards to the buzzing, others definitely experience the same thing and I've heard accounts of the noise and the electricity tingling feeling a fair bit.
A dream researcher named Ryan Hurd, who's suffered from SP since he was 14 and devised ways to control it since, writes quite a bit about it in his book, Sleep Paralysis: A Dreamer's Guide, which you can read my review of here.
and sometimes wake up after with a pain in my head. but I jus try and think while its happening that its not real The "buzzing" for me is the scariest part as I then know what's coming!
I have often felt like I was losing my mind until I heard about s.p. I've heard this several times it's like a warning to me that it's about to happen..honestly sucks when the buzzing starts.sleep paralysis ruins my sleep pattern because I have it so many times a night Yes. It's dreadful and almost painful for me and it seems that when the buzzing happens is when I get the scariest of my "experiences", and like you, seems to happen when I take naps. I am new to this site because I thought I was going crazy. I, too, hear the buzzing right before SP and it starts out a bit softly only to get louder and louder until it forces me a feeling of not being able to move at all, which is panic-causing a lot of the time, and then suddenly, just as the buzzing gets the loudest I feel like I'm being thrown down a swiftly spinning tunnel that spits me out into a lucid dream.
~Ami I think it sounds abit like a train coming in the distance, getting louder n louder until the paralysis sets in.
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