Ipinaskil ni: ahkong | Mayo 25, 2009

Katatakutang Poknat 3 : Sleep Paralysis

Naranasan nyo na ba na habang tulog kayo pero gising….? Hanlabo yata nun ah…???!!!

Ibig kong sabihon, yung parang nasa gitna kayo ng gising at tulog, tapos mararamdaman ninyo ang tibok ng inyong puso eh napaka bilis, tapos minsan may maririnig kang para may tumatawa…..ang matindi gusto mong gumalaw pero hindi ka makagalaw…???

Ayon kay pareng wiki, yan daw ang tinatawag na Sleep Paralysis. Madalas mangyari sa akin yan. Minsan nga natatakot ako kasi ako lang magisa sa kwarto ko. Lagi akong ganyan, kailangan kong gumalaw kahit anong parte ng katawan para magising ako. Nung kalaunan, naisip ko paano kaya kung wag kong labanan, hayaan ko lang yung aking kamalayan na sumabay sa agos kung baga.

Nung una kong subukan, medyo takot ako, pero kalauan nako-control ko na ang panaginip ko. Ang weirdo di ba? Nagagawa kong palitan yung eksena sa panaginip ko pag nararanasan ko na yung ganun.

Una kasing nararamdaman ko, bibilis ang tibok ng puso ko, tapos meron akong maririnig na tumatawa, parang matandang babae…ayun na hindi na ako makakagalaw. Alam ko kasi gising ako pero tulog. Pag hindi ko nilabanan yung nae-experience ko, mararamdaman ko na lang na parang nahuhulog ako sa isang mataas na lugar.

Nag research ako tungkol sa Sleep Paralysis…..sabi ni pareng wiki:

Sleep paralysis is a condition that may occur in normal subjects or be associated with narcolepsy, cataplexy, and hypnagogic hallucinations. The pathophysiology of this condition is closely related to the normal hypotonia that occur during REM sleep. When considered to be a disease, isolated sleep paralysis is classified as MeSH D020188. Some evidence suggests that it can also, in some cases, be a symptom of migraine.

Symptoms and characteristics

Physiologically, sleep paralysis is closely related to the paralysis that occurs as a natural part of REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, which is known as REM atonia. Sleep paralysis occurs when the brain awakes from a REM state, but the body paralysis persists. This leaves the person fully conscious, but unable to move. The paralysis can last from several seconds to several minutes “after which the individual may experience panic symptoms and the realization that the distorted perceptions were false”. When there is an absence of narcolepsy, sleep paralysis is referred to as isolated sleep paralysis (ISP). “ISP appears to be far more common and recurrent among Blacks than among Whites or Nigerian Blacks”, and is often referred to within Black communities as “the Devil on your back”

In addition, the paralysis state may be accompanied by terrifying hallucinations (hypnopompic or hypnagogic) and an acute sense of danger. Sleep paralysis is particularly frightening to the individual due to the vividness of such hallucinations. The hallucinatory element to sleep paralysis makes it even more likely that someone will interpret the experience as a dream, since completely fanciful, or dream-like, objects may appear in the room alongside one’s normal vision. Some scientists have proposed this condition as an explanation for alien abductions and ghostly encounters. A study by Susan Blackmore and Marcus Cox of the University of the West of England supports the suggestion that reports of alien abductions are related to sleep paralysis rather than to temporal lobe lability.

Possible causes

Sleep paralysis occurs during REM sleep, thus preventing the body from manifesting movements made in the subject’s dreams. Very little is known about the physiology of sleep paralysis. However, some have suggested that it may be linked to post-synaptic inhibition of motor neurons in the pons region of the brain. In particular, low levels of melatonin may stop the depolarization current in the nerves, which prevents the stimulation of the muscles, to prevent the body from enacting the dream activity (e.g. preventing a sleeper from flailing his legs when dreaming about running).

Several studies have concluded that many or most people will experience sleep paralysis at least once or twice in their lives. Study conducted by Sedaghat F. et al. has investigated the prevalence of sleep paralysis among Iranian medical students. 24.1% of students reported experiencing sleep paralysis at least once in their lifetime. The same result was reported among Japanese, Nigerian, Kuwaiti, Sudanese and American students.

Many people who commonly enter sleep paralysis also suffer from narcolepsy. In African Americans, panic disorder occurs with sleep paralysis more frequently than in Caucasians.[15] Some reports read that various factors increase the likelihood of both paralysis and hallucinations. These include:

  • Sleeping in a face upwards or supine position
  • Irregular sleeping schedules; naps, sleeping in, sleep deprivation
  • Increased stress
  • Sudden environmental/lifestyle changes
  • A lucid dream that immediately precedes the episode.

Related phenomena

Many perceptions associated with sleep paralysis (visceral buzzing, loud sounds, adrenal mental state, presences, and the paralysis itself) also constitute a common phase in the early progression of episodes referred to as out of body experiences. Mental focus varies between the two conditions; paralysis sufferers tend to fixate on reestablishing operation of the body, whereas subjects of out-of-body episodes are more occupied by perceived non-equivalence with the body.

Salamat pareng wiki…haba ng paliwanag mo, wala akong naintindihan…LOLs.

Ayan eh sa scientific point of view…(huwaw english yun…!!!!)

Heto naman ang explanation sa Spiritual Research sa subject na ito.

Spiritual research into Sleep paralysis

The following is a spiritual explanation of some of the key observations mentioned above. All explanations and statistics quoted here are obtained from Universal Intellect by seekers of the Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF) with a highly developed sixth sense.

Feeling a presence while paralysed
Spiritual research by the SSRF into Sleep paralysis has revealed that one of the main spiritual reasons for these phenomena is an attack by ghosts (demons, devils, negative energies etc.). This is the reason why in most cases people feel a presence or can actually see a ghost. It is not hallucinations, but is actually a ghost (demon, devil, negative energy etc.). We perceive the presence through our sixth sense.

So sa dalawa lang ang posibleng nararanasan ko…..

Sa scientific view may migrain ako, pero wala namang sumasakit sa ulo ko…(yung sa baba lang ang parating mainit ang ulo..LOLs)

….or….sa spiritual view eh may sixth sense ako …..(I see dead pipol….awoooooo!!!)..at nakakapag out of body experience ako.

Dapat pala may dala-dala akong cybercam parati….malay ko ba baka sa mga susunod kong experience eh kaulayaw ko na si Katrina at kailangang mai-video para may remembrance ako……..LOLs

Ano kaya ‘no? Habang kaulayaw ko si Katrina, syempre enjoy na enjoy ako nun, tapos biglang unti-uting nagbabago ang anyo niya…..nagiging si…si….

Mahal….??!!!!!! (Bangungot na ‘toooooo!!!!!!)

 


Responses

  1. kuya ang haba naman hehe..
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  2. sleep paralysis.. 2 yrs ago naranasan q na yan , sunud sunod pa nga eh. yung kumbaga nakakatakot , d ka makahinga , ung kamay mo d magalaw pati paa.minsan nakakapanic. ewan q bsta minsan auko na m2log , bumabalik na naman ung gnyan q eh. sana mawala n2 >_<


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