Luna4277 wrote:I know how you feel. When i was younger, i would experience sleep paralysis and i was afraid of it, but now that I'm expecting sleep paralysis, i don't even feel it.
yeah I really want it to come back now so i can lucid dream!
lamourbonez wrote:Luna4277 wrote:I'm sure we can research why we aren't getting sleep paralysis.
Ok ill tell you what I find and you tell me what you find
I found something that said 7 tips to stop sleep paralysis so i guess we should do the opposite and do what he's telling us not to do?
"1. Avoid meals, snacking and sugary drinks 3-4 hours before bed.
2. No caffeine at any hour of the day.
3. Exercise, especially aerobic exercise like running, swimming, biking in the mornings and afternoons.
4. Healthy meals, low in carbs, sugars and fats.
5. Avoiding TV, Movies or video games at least 1 hour before bed, especially the scary ones.
6. If she is on any type of ADD stimulants or medications, it would be wise to ask her doctor about alternatives.
7. Lights in the room while she is sleeping may be contributing to the “hallucinations” Dimming or turning off the lights entirely can help. The white blob you describe suggest to me there is a light on in the room. Although it might be scary for her, negotiating it to be switched out for a small nightlight or dimmed bulb would be a good place to start."
Luna4277 wrote:so eat lots of bad foods, play video games, sleep with the tv on, drink caffinated drinks, etc. and we can get sleep paralysis back. That actually just sounds like a typical day
right , that's what I mean so like I'm going to do this just MORE ! that sounds like fun. I am going to try this tonight
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