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how do you deal with sleep paralysis?

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If you have are overweight, it could also be a problem for your breathing during sleeping.

 

FTFY. :lol:

 

 

@Amanda, only if you guys front the bill to get us to CES. :P

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If you have are overweight, it could also be a problem for your breathing during sleeping.

FTFY. :lol:

 

 

@Amanda, only if you guys front the bill to get us to CES. :P

Bosco keeps us fed and housed. Just have to get there.

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If you have are overweight, it could also be a problem for your breathing during sleeping.

FTFY. :lol:

 

 

@Amanda, only if you guys front the bill to get us to CES. :P

Bosco keeps us fed and housed. Just have to get there.

 

 

Exactly. You provide us the way to get to CES and we can figure it out from there.

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for the past week and a half its been happening every night. I know i havnt been getting much sleep lately but is that really the culprit?

 

its pretty scary when it happens, sometimes i feel like im gonna be stuck like that for a looong time..until i finally snap out of it..so sick

 

 

Tylenol does this too me and sometimes sleep convulsions. The paralysis is the worst but I do as kiro states. I can move my eyes but not open them. you just work on wiggling your fingers or toes and you'll mostly pop out of it. 

 

I dont take Tylenol for this reason.

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im gonna try that wiggling thing. also gonna work on meditating and just try and sleep normal (sometimes i dont sleep just because im scared of going through it..so i end up being awake for a long time, sleeping 3 hours and then just stay up until i pass out.) 

 

 

thanks for the tips guys, much appreciated

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this is something i have dealt with for 20 years....

reg sleep schedule low stress alcohol is a trigger as well 

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If you have are overweight, it could also be a problem for your breathing during sleeping.

 

FTFY. :lol:

 

 

I can't even type casually now on the forums anymore ;A;

 

Truth be told, I wasn't really awake at that time, so I mixed a bit of dutch grammar in there xD (if one of us are overweight, then we would be obesity as a person lol)

 

R.I.P. easy times, you will be missed.

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Oh sure, anything different and it's the "dutch" way of doing it. :lol::P

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Oh sure, anything different and it's the "dutch" way of doing it. :lol::P

 

Of course! :lol:

 

It's true though xD

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im gonna try that wiggling thing. 

 

It may take a few tries.  At the very least, it should help calm you down as you concentrate on something else other than the feeling of suffocating.

 

Good luck.

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