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Quote from: MiddleWayQuote from: dimentoxThe medical establishment is quite aware of this phenomenon, but has a less sensational name than "old hag syndrome" for it. They call it "sleep paralysis" or SP (sometimes ISP for "isolated sleep paralysis").
So what causes it? Dr. Max Hirshkowitz, director of the Sleep Disorders Center at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Houston, says that sleep paralysis occurs when the brain is in the transition state between deep, dreaming sleep (known as REM sleep for its rapid eye movement) and waking up. During REM dreaming sleep, the brain has turned off most of the body's muscle function so we cannot act out our dreams - we are temporarily paralyzed.
Old Hag Syndrome is alittle different. I have had sleep paralysis twice and I never felt like anything was on my chest. People who suffer the Old Hag even see something sitting on them. There are even people who see a big ape-man creature with ram horns sitting on their chest and even speaking to them. Both could be subconscious projections, but it's more than mere paralysis.
Quote from: Ben KCanada is the way to go.
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