Sleep Paralysis Stories – The Scariest Sleep Disorder Of All

Sleep paralysis stories typically involve unusual and often extremely frightening or disturbing experiences. Perhaps you have one or two of these tales to tell of your own.

If not, I’ll first share one of mine to give you an understanding of what it can be like. Then we’ll take a closer look at whether sleep paralysis demons really exist, or if science can provide a logical and comforting explanation.

sleeping man seeing a sleep paralysis demonImagine, if you will, the following scenario: you’ve fallen asleep as usual after a long day. You hope you’ll have pleasant dreams and wake up the next morning feeling refreshed.

But instead of waking up peacefully in the morning ready to groggily hit the snooze button, you awaken at an unknown time in the middle of the night.

Two things immediately spring to mind: you can’t move – at all; and you’re not alone.

You feel a weight on your chest, pressing you down and preventing you from sitting up. But it’s worse than that – you can’t move your arms or legs. You can’t even move your lips to call out for help.

You’re not sure who or what is pushing on your chest. It’s too dark to see. But you just know there’s a presence there. Something strange. Something uninvited. Something frightening.

This happened to me last year, and was a very unsettling experience. Fortunately there was no demon, ghost or lost burglar. After a brief period of panic the feeling passed and I was able to stumble to the bathroom to make sure my face wasn’t decorated with demonic symbols.

It was a classic case of sleep paralysis.

Sleep paralysis stories like this one are in fact surprisingly common – A study in 2011 found that 7.6% of people will experience sleep paralysis in their lifetime. And the figure is even higher among people who have narcolepsy (around 40%).

You may well have experienced this phenomenon yourself, but until now not known what it was you were going through. So now we have a name for it we need to know what causes it, and what can be done about it.

Accepting the cause is something which I now know many readers struggle with. Although sleep paralysis has a solid scientific explanation (as you’ll see in a minute), the feeling can be so real that you may find it difficult to accept the scientific explanation.

Cultural, religious, esoteric and personal beliefs all play a key role in how you end up viewing sleep paralysis. And with that, how you go about dealing with it in the future.

So in a moment we’ll take a look at the scientific explanation, and also consider some of the alternative viewpoints.

Polls – what’s your experience of sleep paralysis?

For the last 2 years I’ve run several polls to find out more about readers’ experience of sleep paralysis. With thousands of votes collected, they provide a fascinating insight into the reality of sleep paralysis.

Poll 1

Poll 1 shows how many readers have episodes where they feel that there is a demon or other being in the room with them.

graph showing the results of a poll about reader's experience of sleep paralysis

Poll 2

Poll 2 shows that many readers rate their level of fear during sleep paralysis as 10 out of 10.
graph showing the results of a poll about how scary people find sleep paralysis

Poll 3

Poll 3 shows that many people first experience sleep paralysis before the age of 20.
graph showing the results of a poll about the age readers first get sleep paralysis

Poll 4

Poll 44 shows that most readers don’t experience sleep paralysis on a regular basis.
graph showing the results of a poll about how often readers experience an episode of sleep paralysis

Poll 5

Poll 5 shows some of the ways people manage to stop sleep paralysis.
graph showing the results of a poll about what helps readers stop sleep paralysis

What causes sleep paralysis? – The scientific explanation

The causes of the physical aspect of sleep paralysis are slightly different depending on the stage of sleep in which you experience it:

When falling asleep

Some people experience sleep paralysis at the start of the night. While falling asleep, the body naturally relaxes and you would normally lose consciousness.

However, if you remain aware that you’re falling asleep, your mind can remain alert while the body shuts down.

When waking up

Alternatively, it can happen after you’ve already been asleep. And looking at all the readers’ comments it seems that this is the most common experience.

During the night you cycle through several different stages of sleep. During what’s called the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) stage you tend to dream more vividly. And so the brain ‘switches off’ your muscles to prevent you from acting out your dreams, which could of course be dangerous.

When you wake up consciously, but take a little longer to regain physical control of your body, it can result in you recognizing that you’re paralyzed. So you could look at sleep paralysis as your body and brain being a little out of sync.

Why do you see, hear or feel strange things?

The explanation for why you feel physically paralyzed but awake is one thing, but how does science explain 3 of the main sleep paralysis stories that people report?

  1. That there’s an intruder or other presence in the room.
  2. That there’s some kind of sleep paralysis demon pushing down on your chest, strangling or doing other unpleasant things to you.
  3. Having an out-of-body experience.

The first two are usually explained by a combination of three occurrences:

  • During the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) stage of sleep, and the muscle paralysis that comes with it, your breathing is affected. It becomes shallower and when you try to breathe deeply you may feel that you can’t. Your brain might then misinterpret this as a feeling of being strangled or a presence pushing down on your chest.
  • When you’re in a vulnerable and threatened state, the body naturally reacts with its fight or flight defense mechanism. For example, when you suddenly feel that someone wants to attack you and you get that surge of Adrenalin that makes your heart beat much faster. So if you wake up and are unable to move, and are in a hyper-vigilant state where everything you sense seems much more than it is, you may react to the sensation of paralysis and breathing difficulty by thinking that something bad is happening, or about to happen to you.
  • In addition to the above two processes, several brain structures might interact to create a hypnagogic hallucination. For example, the common sleep paralysis stories of an intruder or demonic entity. The hallucination may not initially take on any particular form. But when the threat system comes into play, you might misinterpret the feeling that you’re not alone as being that the additional presence is something bad – thus creating a hallucination which is demonic or malevolent in some way.

The out-of-body experience isn’t explained by the activation of the threat system. It’s explained by the parts of the brain involved in coordinating movement and also working out where the body physically is in space. Researchers generally agree that an out-of-body experience is another form of hallucination caused by a neurological mechanism.

Dreams and nightmares overlapping with reality

In addition to the above, there’s also the confusion which can occur as your dreams or nightmares overlap with reality. If you wake up from a dream, but remain paralyzed, sometimes your dream imagery can appear to map onto the real world.

So you may have your eyes open, but still see, hear or feel some of the weird or frightening things which you were just dreaming about, even if you aren’t aware that you were just dreaming about those things.

So for example, you could be dreaming about some strange creature, then wake up paralyzed and continue to feel that the the same creature is close to you, though it’s now in your bedroom instead of the dream you were just experiencing.

Then you add the physiological elements that come with finding yourself paralyzed, and you have all the ingredients for being very scared.

Sleep paralysis causes – the not so scientific explanation

astral projection - one of the rarer sleep paralysis storiesIf you don’t believe that the scientific explanation is sufficient, then what else remains? Let’s look at each of the 3 main types of sleep paralysis stories in turn:

1. The Intruder

If you wake up in the middle of the night and you have a sudden feeling that there’s a human intruder in the room, then the possible explanation is simple. There really is someone else in the room.

If you weren’t paralyzed, then there would be an obvious way to find way out if this were the case: turn on the light and have a look, or prod your partner and tell them to do something about it. But you’re paralyzed though, so that doesn’t work.

In all seriousness, this does actually happen to some unfortunate people. But rarely, thankfully. And it’s unlikely a common burglar would have been able to paralyze you and somehow choke you whilst helping himself to your jewelry.

So if you wake up paralyzed and struggling to breathe, and then notice a presence on the other side of the room, it’s probably safe to assume there’s no intruder.

Unless you’re incredibly unlucky and experiencing both an episode of sleep paralysis and a burglary at exactly the same time. That does seem particularly unlikely though.

2. The Demon

If you firmly believe in supernatural entities, then there many not be a great deal of science that could convince you otherwise. It’s a personal choice to believe in such things.

What I would like to suggest though is this thought: if you experience sleep paralysis, wouldn’t it be more comforting not to believe that you’re being tormented by demons?

The scientific explanation would make sleep paralysis demon encounters so much easier to shrug off and go back to sleep. And shrug off the experience is what many people do manage to successfully do.

Interestingly though, around the world there are many cultural interpretations of the forces at work in this particular kind of sleep paralysis event.

For example, in Fiji the demon is often seen as a deceased relative coming back for some unfinished business or to tell the person something important. In Chinese folklore it’s also seen as a ghost rather than a demon or intruder.

Some countries such as Iran and Pakistan interpret it as being demons or spirits who have taken over a person’s body, often due to black magic performed by an enemy. In Turkish culture the entity is literally seen as sitting on your chest and stealing away your breath.

Most countries and cultures appear to have their own explanations for the sleep paralysis demon – some very similar, and others quite different.

The common theme being though that the entity is up to no good and something to be feared. I’m yet to find a culture which believes it’s an angel or fairy spending some quality time with you in the night.

I know from readers’ comments that some people do fully believe that demons or other evil entities exist. A few people talk about them in a religious framework, others just in terms that there are some weird and bad things out there which science can’t explain.

Among all of the comments from people who do believe these things there’s one common theme: nothing bad actually happened to them. This then raises another question: if there are evil beings, why is it that they simply pester you in the night, and don’t do anything beyond scaring you?

3. The out-of-body experience

When I was a teenager I once picked up a book in a library which claimed to be a training manual for Astral Projection. The idea being that there’s a separate part of you that’s able to leave the body and venture into other planes of existence.

The manual mostly involved visualization practice which I played around with for a couple of days before deciding it wasn’t for me.

There seems to be some overlap between the concepts of out-of-body experiences, near-death experiences, lucid dreaming and astral projection.

Many people report having experienced one or more of these, and the internet and bookstores abound with writers who claim to have techniques to consciously leave the body and have an amazing adventure in the astral realm.

There’s no dispute that people do experience the sensation of an out-of-body experience during sleep paralysis. The point is whether it’s best explained in biological terms, or whether there really are other realms which a part of you is capable of accessing.

Again it’s a question of belief and I’m not here to tell you either way what you should think. You may even feel that both explanations can co-exist.

There are many websites claiming that Sleep Paralysis has a biological cause, but can then be used as a springboard to try to attempt astral projection. An online search will turn up many, though I won’t reference any in particular.

I also recently came across what’s actually quite a sensible book explaining how to do this. It’s called ‘Sleep Paralysis: A Guide to Hypnagogic Visions and Visitors of the Night’.

It provides a detailed background to sleep paralysis, but also aims to help you find a way to convert sleep paralysis into a lucid dream. The point being that you can then take control of the experience and turn it into something positive.

And if you think that’s a ridiculous and impossible idea (especially if your personal experience has been terrifying!), you’ll find several detailed comments below from readers who report trying to do exactly that.

They have some inspiring stories of viewing sleep paralysis as a positive thing which they enjoy because of the unique and fascinating experiences it brings them.

Choosing to believe in astral worlds that you can access and fly around in doing whatever you please sounds harmless and fun. If I’m honest I’d like to believe it’s possible – even though I’m not convinced.

But choosing to believe you’re having the life sucked out of you by a sleep paralysis demon doesn’t sound like such a healthy belief to hold.

How to stop sleep paralysis

What medical treatment is available?

Fortunately, sleep paralysis is something which most people experience just a few times and so no treatment is required.

However, if it persists and you find it highly disturbing and disruptive to your sleep and daily life, then you may find speaking to a doctor about it helpful. These are the main options they typically consider:

  • They may refer you to a sleep specialist to rule out the possibility of Narcolepsy.
  • They may prescribe an anti-depressant medication for a short period such as Clomipramine which is known to alter your REM sleep, and therefore help with reducing the paralysis and hallucinations.
  • They might consider whether there’s an underlying mental illness if you’re experiencing hallucinations outside of the sleeping environment.
  • They would explain the biological processes involved in sleep paralysis, as outlined above, in the hope that educating you about sleep will help you accept it as a normal occurrence.
  • They might talk to you about having healthy sleep habits, which is known to help reduce many sleep problems. You can find these practical techniques covered extensively in the section here on sleep hygiene.

How to stop sleep paralysis – tips and techniques provided by readers

In the comments below, many readers have explained how they either deal with or stop sleep paralysis. Firstly, I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone for the ideas.

Secondly, you should know that I’m simply going to list the ideas which might help; for many of these there’s no evidence that they work beyond the fact that some people say they do. Remember that what works for one person may not for you.

  • Don’t let yourself become sleep deprived as it often happens more then.
  • Try to keep a regular routine of going to sleep and waking up.
  • Try to reduce stress and anxiety in your life. These are thought to be triggers for sleep paralysis.
  • Stay calm and try not to panic.
  • Try to wiggle just one finger or a toe. Some say this is more achievable than trying to move your whole body. Then you can try to move the hand or foot and slowly wake up the whole body.
  • Tell yourself that you’re actually in control. You can ‘order’ the experience to stop, or whatever you’re seeing to go away.
  • If you feel a weight on your chest, try to imagine there’s something friendly causing it, such as a big happy dog.
  • If it’s happening repeatedly, why not film yourself sleeping? This may be especially useful for people who have experiences where they feel that they have been physically ‘moved’ in their bed by some being, or their furniture has been moved. You would be able to reassure yourself that you weren’t actually dragged out of bed.
  • Try wearing a sleep tracker and see if it records you as being awake or asleep. This can help you work out if it was actually a nightmare or not. It can also help check your heart rate and breathing during the night.
  • Try not to think about what it ‘could’ be that you’re experiencing, seeing, hearing or feeling. Your imagination will probably just go and make up something scary in the darkness.
  • Try to relax and ‘go with it’. Some readers actually enjoy sleep paralysis, and they welcome the opportunity to have out-of-body experiences or see what strange experiences they can have.
  • Don’t sleep on your back. Many people say they only have it in this position.
  • Try to organize your bedroom in a way which makes you feel safe and secure. Look into Feng-Sui to make your bedroom feel peaceful.
  • Don’t hang dressing gowns, coats or hats in places which look like figures in the dark.
  • Don’t read in bed as this can encourage you to fall asleep on your back.
  • Sleep with a night-light on, or with music or the radio so that if you do wake up you aren’t in silent darkness.
  • Remind yourself that nothing bad will happen.
  • Imagine your body rolling from side to side in your mind and count each roll. Eventually you might notice you re-gain control of a body part. Focus on this part and try to grow the capacity for movement from there.
  • Count numbers to focus your mind on something other than the hallucinations.
  • Don’t sleep with a high pillow – some suggest that this effects the supply of blood to the brain.
  • Keep your eyes shut and try to clear your mind instead of focusing on the things you can see.
  • Try squeezing your eyes tightly shut if you’re able to control the muscles around your eyes.
  • Keep well hydrated – drink water before going to bed.
  • Talk about it to family or friends – they may have experienced it too.
  • Write about it here. Some people find it helpful to describe their experience in the comments below.
  • If you have it once, get out of bed for a while to reset the brain. Perhaps also keep a light or music on when you go back to bed.
  • Many people who have a faith say they find prayer can be helpful. Some also say that calling on their religious beliefs and ‘commanding’ what they see to leave helps them.
  • Don’t take recreational drugs.
  • Check if any sleeping pills or herbal remedies you’re taking are causing it – either by discussing it with your doctor, or stopping taking them for a while.
  • Once the episode has passed, it’s good to take a moment to remind yourself that you overcame it again. Tell yourself that you overcame it, are not afraid and will always overcome it.

 How I recently stopped an episode of sleep paralysis

Since writing this article, I hadn’t had a single episode of sleep paralysis, until recently in march 2015. And I’m happy to report that I used two of the techniques in the above list to successfully stop it.

I woke up in the middle of the night to find myself in a strange position with my arms crossed on top of my body, almost like you see with medieval carvings of knights on tombs. And I could literally feel strong hands pinning me down by my wrists.

I have to admit I was immediately scared. The whole event was very blurry, and I think I was having some dream-overlap, but can’t remember exactly what now.

Anyway, luckily two things sprung to mind after a brief moment of panic: ‘stay calm’, I said to myself, and ‘wiggle a finger’.

The calmness I only managed with moderate success, perhaps because this was the first episode in a long time so I was caught out by it. But I did manage to focus my efforts on wiggling a finger. For some reason, despite trying to wiggle just one finger, it seemed like my body wanted to try and wiggle all of them.

In the haze of the night and the moment it felt pretty odd, like my fingers were wiggling in different directions. But I guess that’s possibly due to the disconnect between by body and brain with the paralysis.

Eventually I felt my arms loosen as well, and then pretty soon afterwards I was able to shake the whole sensation away as I regained full control.

What I then did I still think is a little strange. Despite having the overwhelming feeling that something had physically held me down, I decided not to turn a light on to reassure myself.

I spend a lot of my time reading and replying to comments about this article, so I think the scientific explanation is now firmly etched in my mind. Maybe I didn’t feel the need to double-check that there was someone or something in the room with me.

Instead I spent a few minutes doing some breathing exercises to ground myself and calm down, and then fell asleep again.

The mere fact that I knew about the finger wiggling technique was enough for my brain to remember to do it when the sleep paralysis occurred.

So my recommendation, from personal experience, is to plant that thought in your mind too!

Further Reading

During 2013, a British team of film-makers, researchers and academics worked on an interesting project exploring sleep paralysis.

They produced a slightly scary documentary and also have an excellent website with detailed information about sleep paralysis. You can visit the sleep paralysis project website for more information.

You might find some useful ideas in my article discussing how to stop nightmares and night terrors. I think you can definitely put some of those tips into practice and see if they help at all.

For any readers wondering if there’s a genetic factor involved in sleep paralysis, it seems that there could be. A study by researchers at Sheffield University in England in 2015 showed this in their research into twins who experience sleep paralysis.

Finally, in 2016 another UK study looked into the fascinating connection between sleep paralysis and lucid dreaming. They all examined the relationship between sleep paralysis and well-being, poor sleep and stress.

Please read before leaving a comment

After 3 years of personally replying to comments, I’ve decided to leave this amazing and helpful discussion to readers. I will still read them all before publishing to make sure the content is suitable for younger readers, but time constraints mean I have to focus my attention on other parts of the site.

It’s always fascinating to hear your sleep paralysis stories, and I know that many people find it helpful to have a place to describe what happened to them.

Moreover, other readers find it helpful to know they’re not alone and perhaps find someone who’s had similar experiences.

So feel free to talk about your experience of sleep paralysis, and if you have any tips or techniques for dealing with it, I may still add them to the growing list of practical solutions.

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  • Ive been reading this condition usually starts as a young adult. I remember this happening to me as a very young child. As years went on it happened less. I thought I learned to “wake myself up” I had a technique I would use. I would click my teeth, which I thought worked best. Or I would try really hard to move any part of my body. Now I read that doesn’t really work it was just ending on its own. I would immediately panic and vowed to fight it anytime it happened and I did. There was feeling of being sucked away, like down a black hole or something. I would immediately pray and “fight” as hard as I could yes, at time it did feel demonic but I’m more sensible than that. I never knew anyone who this has ever happened to besides me. I’m glad it’s a real thing and I’m not weird!

  • I frequently get these episodes and when I do, I pray really hard during and after the episode. It helps a lot. Its so scary shame.

    • I pray too, it does help. But at first the feeling intensifies as if something’s doesn’t like the fact that I’m praying Then I wake up for real.. it’s scary but I’m glad I found a medical term for it. It hasn’t happened in years. But it use to all the time.

  • I often have this so called sleep paralysis, though i never believe in that scientific B.S name they gave it. what i experience is more demonic, physical and a bit frightening at first until i got almost used to it. it then becomes more of a disturbance. my experience is more violent kind of, I could feel the presence and then the pressing down on my back or my hip cause i never sleep on my back.
    There was an Incident when i was feeling very tired and needed sleep and this thing came and i tried to fight it off but couldn’t, i managed to open my eyes facing the wall, and from the little light from my music set i could see the shadow of some kind of tiger or lioness form with a tail. i struggled so hard now and discover i could move my right elbow so i started hitting it with my elbow till it loosens it’s grip a bit then i kind struggled out, throwing punches and managed to put the light on. then i now slept again. it was when i woke up in the morning that i was trying to figure out what i went through. i couldn’t believe it happened cause that was the most physical encounter i had with this, but might evidences now was the light that i put on, and the pains from then bruises i sustained from the press down of this thing on my hip and lower back.
    I instinct is telling my me it could be some kind of demon, or witchcrafts, that steels good fortunes from people. because this always happen when i had good plains of making huge progress in life. I also think the scientists know what that is but where just covering it up. cause i believe most of the occults and witches/ wizards uses this to acquire strength that makes then more powerful in the physical.
    A huge thanks to anyone that took the time to read through my comments. please try and leave some reply cause i need your help and opinion/ suggestions. as the fight is still on until i discover a way to capture this these cowards.

  • I just came across this page because I searched for meaning as I’ve just experienced sleep paralysis an hour ago. I usually quote the 23 psalm or the Lord’s Prayer to get the demon to go away. I’m thankful for the explanation in this article and I will try some of the techniques mentioned. These episodes are truly scary and I need relief if it happens again.

  • Since a very very young age I’ve suffered frequently from nightmares (almost every night) and usually I’m able to wake up and snap out of them pretty quickly. However last night I had one of the worst nghtmares I’d yet to experience, which resulted in not being able to move or speak when I woke. Yet the weirdest/most terrifying thing about this experience was that in my dream, it was a witch/demon that was holding me down and clawing into my sides and kneck and telling me i wasn’t allowed me to wake up and when I did eventually wake up I could feel pressure exactly where she had been holding me and was 100% certain someone was to the right of me/in my room. It was terrifying. Luckily my partner was to the side of me and when I was abe to speak again (after what seemed like ages) I was able to call out and wake him to comfort me. But it really shook me up and I was in fits of tears and couldn’t sleep for the next few hours. Plus the feeling that someone was there lasted ages (even with the lights on.) I’m still petrified from the experience.

  • I have been doing some research on Astral Projection and one of the things that will let me have the OBE is mastering sleep paralysis (SP). I first learned of SP around 3 years ago, I’m 18 turning 19 in 2 days. At the time I had no idea as to what had happened to me and it was terrifying. It started out as me heading to bed with the intent of waking up the next morning to get ready for another day of school. It did not go like that though, I awoke in the middle of the night with this ‘noise’ in my head that was uncontrollable. I could not move and breathing was hard. I looked up and right above me was this ‘demon’ that was staring down at me. I blamed by asphyxiation and in-ability to move on the ‘demon’. I could not scream and nothing seemed to work. After about what seemed like ages but was actually about 1-2 minutes I was released from the paralysis. That incident would later be the stepping stone to farther research into these strange happenings. I do believe in the paranormal and the supernatural but I am more than confident enough to say that (SP) is just a trick of the mind. I have had more than enough experience and would say that I am the 1%. I believe that I know how the hallucinations are caused and why some people are experiencing common sleep paralysis. I also am 90% confident that I can tell any person looking to encounter this phenomenon how to do so. Let me start with why it happens. A person who experiences (SP) two or less times in their life randomly is easily awoken by a perfect string of events during REM or rapid eye movement. The dream you are having makes you more susceptible to a certain noise or condition that is happening to your body while you sleep. A noise during a dream that has a quiet moment in it can lead to a person responding to the disturbance by waking up during REM which will lead to the body still under the affects of the deep relaxation and the chemicals the brain releases to help relax the muscles even more. People who have the condition commonly have a chemical imbalance in their body that makes them more susceptible to these disturbances which leads to them waking up during REM more often. Leaving them to encounter (SP). Now lets talk about what is happening during (SP), how you can invoke it yourself and how you can make it easier to deal with should you experience it. When the person wakes up during REM they are in a state when the mind is most active. The brain is creating dreams or visions while synced to beta waves and also secreting two chemicals that relax the body to a state of deep relaxation. When someone is awoken during this process they are left under the effects of the chemicals and beta waves. Dreams can occur as easily as opening your eyes during this stage and they may even occur while your eyes are open turning them into hallucinations. They do not only occur with your eyes however as many people report auditory hallucinations as well. The feeling on a persons chest that is commonly reported through many cultures and different areas of the world is due to the relaxing chemicals that your brain just had your body under so that you don’t act out your dreams. It is like being under a mild anesthesia and trying to move rapidly, it’s going to be a little difficult right away. You can however breath normally quickly if you take slow calming breaths and start to work your way up from there. The following is for the curious people who would like to encounter the effects of sleep paralysis. I highly recommend wearing a blind fold to bed for the first time so you do not get too overwhelmed with the hallucinations. Remember everything that you experience is not real, it is the result of your mind panicking from the deep relaxation that your brain had your body under. To induce sleep paralysis you are going to need a blindfold, an alarm clock two and a half free hours of time and a comfortable place to rest. Start by setting the alarm clock for 100 minutes later. Put on the blind fold and get into position for some resting. Having a pet, ie. cat or dog in the room with you will provide comfort later on. What will begin to happen is you will start to sleep and 90 minutes or so later you will enter rapid eye movement (REM) or dream sleep. When the alarm goes off it will awake you during REM. One of two things will happen you will awake under sleep paralysis or you will be able to drift off back to sleep and 5 or 6 minutes later you will snap out of your current dream and awake into sleep paralysis. The animal that I mentioned earlier was to trick your mind. You will 100% of the time feel the pressure on your chest but don’t worry that can be countered if the pet that you have with you sleeps in your bed as your mind will automatically think that the slight phantom pressure on your chest is the pet sleeping on you. The presence of the pet in the room with also provide a level of comfort that will allow you to handle the sleep paralysis more easily. After you have done this once or twice a week for 3 or 4 weeks you should be able to handle it without a blindfold. Remember the things that you see and hear are not real so do not worry. There has never been a reported case of someone passing away from sleep paralysis so you are safe. I cannot tell you what you might see or hear because everything that happens depends on your state of mind. If you go into this terrified then you will experience your worst nightmares and vice-versa. I will state that I am not responsible for any psychological distress that may occur during these practices. I wish good will upon anyone experiencing sleep paralysis as it is one of the most terrifying things that can happen to a living person.

  • I woke up and felt a weight on my chest and thought I was being choked. I panicked bc I was dreaming in my room and saw a monster from the nightmare I was having. After awhile I could move and got up. I turned on my life and ran to my living room shaking from fear.

  • Hello! So today I experienced a kind of SP (from my judgement, as I did experience SP a couple of times now). I am a strong lucid dreamer and I usually sleep several hours straight on free days. (During work days I experience waking up several times during the night due to pressure) Anyways, it was the first time happening in my new bedroom and I could instantly feel that thick presence of another, not really sitting on top of me, more like kneeling over my body or sitting next to me. There was only a little bit of pale street light coming through the window, everything else felt like a large blurry shadow lurking over my bed. I could see that it was lifting up one corner of my blanket. I felt warm beneath my blanket and my sheep fur which I use during winter to stay warm. When I wanted to reach for it, I managed to somehow lift my right arm towards it, though my wrist was quickly captured by a firm grip. The rest of my body wouldn’t move and my arm wouldn’t go down even if I tried to pull it away with that pressure on my wrist. Then I suddenly heard a dark, smokey voice speaking to me. I can’t tell exactly into what age category I’d put it.
    I wasn’t afraid at all, though I felt slightly aroused or thrilled perhaps from the experience. I felt as if my upper body was splitting in two, or as if my soul was sitting up, while my body remained on the bed. I can not remember what the presence said, nor do I remember what I replied to it, but it soon let go of my hand and went back to laying down as it vanished a short while after.

    I don’t know if this experience was closer to a dream or SP, but I wanted to share it anyways. Perhaps the way I experience SP has changed due to my lucid dreaming, but well I don’t know. (also sorry if my English isn’t good, I am not a native speaker)

  • My issue has always been pretty minor except for a string of nights I had when I was about 23-24 (I’m 28 now). But my issues were to the point of rolling back over thinking “that was annoying” and going back to sleep, maybe a nightmare here and there that was hard to pull out of. Unfortunately when I had the more intense occurrences I was using meth… I WANT TO SAY THO, I WASN’T DELIRIOUS OR OUT OF MY MIND WITH PARANOID THOUGHTS OR HALLUCINATIONS!!!…. That being said I would get them after i had been up for about 3 or 4 days and was what they call “coming down”. Also, I am a personal believer in demons and feel that my sleep deprivation weakened my mind and possibly soul to be susceptible to these attacks. SO my first time I actually wasn’t on meth by I had been partying and drinking a lot out at Lake Lohantan in silver springs, NV (rumored to have a satanic cult living on the far side) I was sleeping by the fire pit and woke up to the sound of a dog or coyote sniffing me, I stayed still not wanting to startle it until it started sniffing around my head. I tried to move and found I couldn’t, then it sniffed right in my ear and the sound became deafening! Loud to the point of feeling like my ear drums were gonna burst, I was trying as hard as I could to pull out of it and probably looked like I was having a seizure till I was finally able to pull myself out of it to of course find nothing was there. Everybody else was sleeping still and there weren’t any animal tracks in the sand. That’s when I started having chaotic dreams of scuffles with dark figures, a couple times I got woken up by friends who looked concerned and said I looked like a dog having dreams or even seizures before. Then one night I was staying at my grandpa’s with my mom, they had left town for a few weeks, I was in my addiction and had been up for about 4 days. I went to sleep in my mom’s room since my brother was in mine with a friend listening to music. I was also for a short time when my mind woke up, I felt my body was still, eyes closed, but I could see the room around me, I had a dreadful feeling that something evil was coming to hurt me, that’s when I notice the door was open, this was a 1 story house, but instead of a hallway there was a dark stairway. That’s when I heard footsteps coming closer and louder to the point of it overwhelming and hurting again. Then a figure appeared, it looked like a normal size man maybe 6 ft. tall but was dark and looked like TV static but dim. I was terrified but couldn’t move, it stopped at the top of the stairs and looked up at me then as fast as the blink of an eye it ran up to me, face to face, grabbed my arm and started shaking me, I was trying with all my strength to move but couldn’t for about 10 sec. till I finally sat up to find nothing was there, my brother and friend were sleeping, music off, just silence… This is where my belief in demons comes in, I was rolled into a ball on my side eyes closed the whole time, so I believe it was my spirit that was looking around and was attacked, I was on my right side but was somehow looking left and the figure knew where I could see! So I had a few smaller instances but a few months later my next intense vision hit. By this time I could feel it coming on but sometimes still got sucked in. I was in my room light still on, curtains part way open when I felt the presence again and was able to look around even to I could feel my head laying still, eyes closed. Suddenly I could see a friend from the chest up, looking in at me with a creepy smile and a sparkle in his eyes sideways at the top of the window! Then he disappeared and the figure was back attacking me again. It lasted about 30 sec. This time but when I pulled out and sat up I felt it looking me back in! I yelled to my mom as I went down and was attached for another 20-30 sec. I sat up still being pulled down and was yelling help as loud as I could till finally I had the strength to stand up and run to my moms room, she didn’t hear a thing! I couldn’t sleep the rest of the night.. That’s when no matter what was going on I started making sure I slept at least every other night, (remember I was in my addiction at this time) and it stopped happening. I’ve been sober over a year now but I still get a small attack every now and again… Oh almost forgot, when I pulled out the big attacks my brain felt like in had torn in half for a while, looked into it and found a condition called “exploding brain disorder” it’s scary and painful to have, but it helped me get off drugs so at least there’s a silver lining to the cloud and now it’s pretty much in check.

  • One night i was sleeping on my side on the outside edge of my bed i went to sleep i dont remeber what time this all happened my hands were down by my side and i couldnt move them but my neck would move and i said kenneth wake up wake kenneth he didnt okay be that way then i said jesus jesus jesus and it stopped automatically . thats say this carla didnt and wouldnt go back to sleep i was up pm to am to pm again 15 hours awake time i was scared to go back to sleep . it happened to me again see i cant remeber the dates or the times i try to forget that stuff i sure as heck dont want it to happen again.

  • I’ve been having SP for awhile now but never had anything as scary as last night. I was dreaming I was at a counter in an unfamiliar home. I went to spin around on the stool I was sitting on and stopped as a dark figure was there,right next to me as I turned. Suddenly I was awake and on my back unable to move and the dark figure turned into a giant dark figure in a dark red cloak. No face to be seen. I tried to call to my husband sleeping next to me but could not get the words out. Finally not long after,reality was setting back in ( even though this truly seemed real) as the figure turned back into the curtain hanging next to me. I can’t seem to shake this horrible feeling I had. It’s comforting to know I’m not alone. Guess maybe I should get back on my antidepressants since it doesn’t seem to happen while I’m on them. Thanks for letting me share.

  • I have dreams of something smoothing me I can’t breathe. But I always feel something get in bed with me I feel it walking. It takes it’s claws like a cat and is trying to pull me down. It is holding my arms where I can’t move. I am screaming but I guess it is just in my sleep. My boyfriend does not hear me. I fight it and tell it to go to hell and kicking the bed really hard.I say my prayers that God make it go away.
    There have been times I feel it get in bed with me but snuggled up against my feet. I don’t take medicine only in the morning for depression. My family thinks I am going crazy want to put me on a lot of pills.

  • This use to happen go me when I was little but as I was a kid I just thought I was imagining things or I would just forget the experience but now I remember clearly most of them I was talking to a friend about seen a red and black demon face on the door and how I could not move or talk this was surly one of the most terrific ones this was when I went to sleep I also had one when I before waking up this women came in to my room talked to me she reminded me much of my sister now that I think about it she was my sister but older I also could not move or talk during this It wasn’t that scary because it was during the morning and I felt more safe with the woman there what I used to do was to come down and breath and then I would fully wake up and move but I would just forget what happened I felt like I was dreaming but I was still conscious very strange feeling

  • I just had one, I couldn’t get out of this one though I just kept waking up n falling right back into one..but this time was different it felt like someone r something kept pushing me in my head.

  • Well this happened to me today and it was so scary!
    I remember feeling my heart rates go low and I said oh my God am dying! Then I said to myself so am gonna die laying on my back. Quickly I thought of my boyfriend who am in a long distance relationship with, I felt sorry for him especially after he hears am dead and he will wonder why I died! (Well we were not in good terms but we were trying to get back). After I thought of him I said to God I don’t wanna die yet then suddenly my heart rates or beats increased, started beating really fast as if someone was seating on my chest and I couldn’t breathe well! I remember struggling to get one deep breath coz I believed if I managed that then I would get strength to wake up since my body felt so weak but my brain was aware of everything!

    Then I managed to get the heavy breath and woke up panicking! I said thank u Jesus, Quickly grabbed my phone to call my boyfriend! I woke up feeling very thirsty plus it’s like I had wrapped myself in a bedsheet as it stopped me from sitting up! I remember the air was to heavy in the room so had to check if the windows were open then went to turn on the fan!
    I didn’t drink water as I was scared since I heard that if people want to die they feel very thirsty and demand water so I stayed awake!

  • I just had an “episode” but I’m not sure if it was a dream or actual SP.
    I was dreaming about ghosts and spirits and then I woke up. I was in my room, sleeping on my back, right next to the wall and I could see light entering from the window like when before the sun starts to rise. I started feeling like I was being pushed into the mattress. By parts, the right, the left part of my chest. My mind started racing, is this SP?? Am I going to see a demon? is something going to sit upon my chest? I was trying to see if there was something there but it was still too dark. I wasn’t moving, I don’t recall trying to move, but I remember lying very still on the bed. While thinking what that was that I was feeling, I thought “but I am awake!!” and kept thinking “I’m awake” until in my mind I screamed “I am awake!!!!!!” and then I “woke up”. I was lying in the same position, on my back, right next to the wall, seeing the light come in through the window. My arms had that tingling feeling, they were paralized. I was really scared. I turned on the light and I didn’t want to go back to sleep. I was falling asleep but I forced myself to stay awake. I always sleep on my side, I don’t know why I was on my back. I never sleep on my back.
    I don’t know If I had SP or if I dreamed about it. I had read about sleep paralysis and I knew what it was so maybe that helped me get out of it, but the feeling of waking up after is what makes me think it was all a dream.

  • Today I experienced my first, what I’m assuming is, sleep paralysis. I was watching a movie at around 10 A.M. or so and fell asleep, was awoken by a phone call before the movie had ended, talked for a few minutes and went back to sleep. I was sleeping on my stomach somewhat hanging off the bed and I “awoke” to hearing somebody else in the room. I couldn’t move my head to see who it was, but as the fact I was not home alone I thought it was my mother-in-law. It sounded like she was eating a snack. It sounded like she was close, as if she was sitting on the bed but I couldn’t feel her weight on it. I noticed I was having a hard time breathing, and then noticed I couldn’t move my body, this freaked me out so my heart started beating really fast. I could have swore I was moving my feet though, ever so slightly. I could have swore I even heard my mother-in-law whisper “they need to clean this room.” As I said I was having a hard time breathing and thought it was the fact I was laying in such a strange position. But I couldn’t turn my body around or talk. All I could do was see the floor and make tiny screams and hardly mumble words. I was trying to kick my feet to notify my mother-in-law that I was not in control. I felt her then lift up my feet for me, and then set them back down. I tried again to notify her I couldn’t breath my forcing my leg to fall off of the bed and start kicking on the floor and then
    I stopped and put my leg back onto the bed. I then came to the conclusion that she couldn’t understand I was in distress or hear me quietly mumble “flip me over” so I then tried moving my body off the bed to fall onto the floor, it felt like I moved not even an inch but that was about it. Towards the end I felt that I was partially asleep. I just kept focusing on the floor and trying to slow my heart down from beating so rapid. As I was doing that I could feel I gained full consciousness and quickly turned over. I saw my mother-in-law was not in the room and I never heard the door close. I also noticed my legs and feet were still underneath my blanket so that means I wasn’t actually kicking. I had no idea what just happened but all felt so real. So here I am, on the internet trying to figure out what on earth happened to me. One thing I noticed from this website is that everyone refers to the being in their room as a demon. I thought my mother-in-law was in the room, and to fill people in my boyfriend and I have strong negative feelings towards her, I do not think of her as someone I can trust, as I was experiencing this it was no surprise to me that instead of helping me she was eating a snack. So maybe in a way I did experience my own version of a demon, as I am not religious.

  • I had an episode last night and was afraid to go back to sleep. I’ve been having these episodes since my early 20’s and I’m 30 now. The past few days it has been ongoing non-stop. It sounds like someone is walking around my bed and choking me. I can’t speak or move. I normally can wake up and pray but lately that isn’t working. Whenever I have these episodes I sleep with ALL the lights on and it normally goes away. The episode I had the night before, this demon was choking me and it felt like I was dying. It didn’t have eyes just all black. I woke up crying afraid to go back to sleep. Last week I felt this demonic presence and I thought I woke up and when I looked in the mirror this thing was inside of me controlling my movements. My eyes were blacked out. I woke up, cut the bathroom light on and went back to sleep. I don’t understand why this is happening but I’m losing sleep and I’m tired of getting tormented by this demon. I never told anyone about these episodes because I knew no one could understand. I’m tired of feeling scared to fall asleep. I thought I was the only one with these episodes. I personally feel these are demonic spirits that are attacking me. This has nothing to do with science. I’m healthy and active plus I don’t sleep on my back, I sleep on my side and still get attacked.

    • It just Happened to me this was so scary
      I’m religious, but I do mess up; I’m 19.
      I felt the demon choking me as if I was going to die.
      I cried out for lord and it went away.
      I called my dad who has been saved for 10+ years to tell him I was spiritually attacked.

    • Your case seems different that everyone else’s. I don’t know if you are religious at all. Or what you believe. But you should pray for these spirits to go away from your life in the name of Jesus Christ. Say they have no control over your life. I will personally pray for you tonight feb 17 so none of this happens to you again.

  • Just an advice in case your case you hallucinate during sleep paralysis: don’t try to open your eyes first during the attack, wait for it to end first. In my case, it happens when I sleep in any position but I’m usually not facing the ceiling which is ultimately the best position because it doesn’t help visual hallucinating.

    Also a quick question for the people who suffer from sleep paralysis. Have you been visited by a black figure when you were a child? Around 6-11 years old?

  • I experienced sleep paralysis for the first time in the early hours of this morning. I woke up feeling paralysed. I also felt a heavy weight pushing down or sitting on my back it was as if someone was laying down on top of me. I tried to scream but I was unable to speak. My mouth opened slightly but no sound was able to come out. I layer there feeling conscious and scared. After a few minutes I was able to call my mom. It felt very real as if a being of some sort was with me. I could literally feel the pressure lift from my body when the sleep paralysis stopped. I hope that this does not happen to me again. I feel very anxious when I need to go to sleep. Having the flu is also not very helpful as my chest already feels tight. My parents told me it was just a bad dream. However, it is not just a dream to someone who experiences sleep paralysis

  • My first memorable sleep paralysis incident went like this: I laid down for a bit for an afternoon nap – i remember feeling a pressure on the bed like someone sat down next to me (this is a common beginning to all subsequent events) – I remember feeling positive about it at the time, thinking it was my dog. When i suddenly remembered I didn’t have this dog anymore, i went into a panic and was immediately sat upon by a demonic entity. I saw three other entities standing by my door looking at me, and heard a LOUD voice (very robotic, digital? in another language … and sounded like it was being broadcast within my head). After a struggle I was able to wake up. I had multiple similar instances since that one, and then had a long break (years) where I didn’t have any, until this morning … where a large black demonic looking dog (like the ones in the Omen) was on my bed and sniffing at my face.

    I have since read everything I could find on this subject, and (ready for this?) my personal belief is that some sort of inter-dimensional travel is happening during sleep, and Sleep Paralysis is somehow occurring when when we are caught between worlds. The demonic nature of the entities just doesn’t seem like something my mind is creating on it’s own to account for a mind/body disconnect. The entities I encounter seem malicious and also curious to see me noticing them. I’m not buying the official scientific explanation, sorry.

  • I have sleep paralysis at least once or twice a month. The demon presence is really strange, because I am able to wake myself up with screaming and then i open my eyes and see the demon in the room. My brain seems to be projecting it onto reality in my waking state. I have had this happen over 15 times at least…. I am an atheist and was raised by two non-religious people and find this very strange, since I have no religiously imposed oppression or even a belief in demons… Yet most of my sleep paralysis episodes include flying in some demonic space or domain, or seeing the demons present in my room after I wake up. I really just dont understand what is happening. Two nights ago I was flying in some portal of hell and someone was hunting me in order to perform an exorcism on me. I am lucky to be able to scream in a high pitch which usually wakes me up, but the intensity of the nightmare is so real that it takes me a long time to calm down and fall back asleep. Just thought I would share.. I really have no insight into why this is happening to me. I am a very happy and balanced individual.. the other strange thing is that I am always flying in these dreams, or my spirit is floating or hovering/lucid dreaming??.. Anybody else experience that?

    • I do experience episodes of flying, and also a feeling that they is an intruder in the house,I also scream when this happen.

  • My first and only experience happened to me about 2 years ago. I had a long day and school and I was taking a long nap while my mom went to work. I suddenly woke up and was paralyzed. The worst part was I felt like someone or something was squeezing my foot. So after some initial panic I started wiggling one toe and got out of bed. It was scary and I oddly start getting teary eyed when writing this. Let’s just say I slept with my mom for the rest of the week

  • About 6 years ago I had experiences with the devil, it lasted a few months. Tonight, I decided to get an hour of rest. I’ve been sick lately and working everyday. I feel asleep for about 20 minutes. When suddenly I woke up with extreme body jerking. When I woke up I grasped for air, it felt like something had been choking me. My throat hurt for about an hour. There was an odd sensation being awake, thinking it had to be demonic.Then I decided to go to the store. I always check under my vechile for cats, before I drive off. I was checking under the vechile in the back, when all of sudden. A black shadow figure flyed right toward me, looked at me in my face then disappeared. What is going on? Sorry I don’t believe this is some type of science.

  • I’ve experienced this at least 100 times with vivid memories of night terrors from 2 or 3 years old. I have had tactile, audio and visual hallucinations. I would say 90% of the time it comes across as a fearful to terrifying experience. Other times the adrenaline wave doesn’t hit and I either shake it off or fall back asleep with trace memories the next day. Sometimes I think I shake it only for it to reoccur multiple times over the course of what feels like an eternity. On one or two occasions it has hit me like I’m a charged ball of radiating energy and have control over my body and mind. It’s difficult to articulate. I’ve read extensively since I was a teenager and it’s so nice to see how much material is now out there. I had so many unique terrifying experiences that I journaled from thinking it was aliens abduction; a haunting; a demon; and a deceased loved one. Most of the time I experience this as there is something in the room, just outside the room or right next to me but I cannot turn to see it. I think because of the terror of not being able to move I do almost always perceive that whatever it is, it means to harm me. I almost always have ringing in the ears, and almost always have this while I’m on my back. There seems to be a psychosomatic response as I have in my fear locked onto ideas or thoughts of what might be happening only to have those ideas manifest. One time I knew there was something next to me…it drew in closer and closer and then just as I thought it was going to grab me, something grab my arm tightly. To this day, the experience was so real that I’m always afraid of something grabbing me. Tactile hallucinations feel so real that they are difficult even for the rational to shake. I do believe these to be a major influence or the major influence to perceived alien abductions. After watching an abduction movie when I was a teenager, I had an episode right after and the second I thought abduction all the windows lit up bright white with blinding light.
    Gosh I could go on and on but I’m honestly worried I might help induce an episode. The rational side of me knows that this is a mild sleep disorder. I grew up Catholic but I no longer practice any organized religion. These episodes are perhaps the only experiences that have happened to me so far that I don’t have full explanations for. At the very least it has allowed me to experience another level of consciousness which I hope may one day give me greater insight into self. Although mostly all negative experiences, they are uniquely mine. Last thing I want to share… I’m 30 years old and so focused on the negative aspects whenever I read about sleep paralysis in night terrors I didn’t realize the tremendous gift that also came in the package deal. These guys at work were talking about lucid dreaming and explaining what it was and that they were trying to do it. I got all confused with what they were explaining. I had as long as I had remembered always gone to bed and unless exhaustion took me, always started creating a dreamscape with different levels of control. I had the ability to repeat dreams and to get up from a dream and lay back down and put myself back to some degree. I just thought everyone did it. So on a positive note, I was a natural lucid and vivid dreamer. Okay, end rant. I’ve also explored a couple great ideas for a horror film.

  • I have been having these experiences of something climbing into bed with me,it’s like a heavy weight pushing me! I also hear soft whispering but can,t make out what is being said and no matter what way I turn there is a very cold feeling around my face! I have put 2 crosses on the wall and even though I,m not religious I asked a friend to bring me back some holy water from a recent trip that she made to Lourdes, I have sprayed this around the room each night whilst saying the lord’s prayer, it has,nt made things any better! I have now moved into another bedroom as too scared to sleep in my own bedroom, I don’t have these experiences anywhere else in the house,

  • I have always suffered from sleep paralysis as a child growing up. It was always the mild version: I couldn’t move, my breathing became shallow nothing to crazy. Fast forward my entire adult 20’s I smoked weed everday. As people know this affects REM sleep and I never had an episode. I actually forgot that it was a thing. I stopped smoking weed OCT 2016. Here comes the creepy stuff. I started having sleep paralysis and actually having auditory hallucinations. I would began to get this loud dull ringing in my ears and in my head. I would not be able to move my body but it would sound like someone being the room with me or my son turning on his playstation. Creepy but tolerable. My real scary one was in January of this year. I was laying on my side with both hands stretched out. The ringing in my head started. I felt i was resting, my body could not move and I saw a figure standing over me. This figure then placed his fingers on the back of both my hands. Where I was being touched was a slight burning sensation. This went on for a while then I snapped out of it. Very Creepy right. Not even the half that exact same night I was admitted to the hospital for blood poisoning. Ironically the IV was put in to the back of my left hand and they continued to take blood from the back of my right hand. So not only did I have the hallucinations, they actually came to fruition. My second one this month sent me into tears. The intense rigning starts. I am again on my side, the figure shows up and is extremely close. I am aware I am in an episode so I am trying to move so I can snap out of it. I feel my hand move to swat at the figure and it seems as if he grabs my hand and is turning it over looking at it. The he proceeds to try to inject something in to my arm. I panic, I jerk my self awake and the figure fades backwards to my bathroom and waving at me. WTF right. How am I ever supposed to sleep again?!?!?

  • I just had sleep paralysis this morning. I get sleep paralysis at least once every 2 weeks and this has been going on for 9 years. The first time I had it I was 13 and was sleeping on my stomach. I remember waking up from my dream but not being able to move and feeling a pressure on my back like someone was sitting on my back. While that was happening I was also hearing a deep man voice that was chanting something in my ear in a language I couldn’t understand. It lasted for a while and I remember thinking that I was dying. As soon as I was able to move, I ran to my parents bedroom and was crying and they said it was just a dream. Over the years when I would be paralyzed upon waking, I would see the scariest things like a man with a distorted face walking toward me while someone was humming in my ear or I would see a woman with a cut up face smiling a sinister smile at me while I heard children laughter in my ear. This morning I had a different experience. I couldn’t really sleep last night. Everytime I would try i would dream for a little bit and then wake up paralyzed with no hallucinations. Once I snapped out of it I would fall back asleep only to dream a little again and wake up paralyzed with no hallucinations once again. The last time I got the sleep paralysis this morning I woke up to being lifted off my bed and my head was shaking rapidly with my mouth wide open and I couldn’t close it. I was yelling loudly in monotone voice. While all this was going on I was having a sharp pain in my stomach. It felt like someone was putting their fist through my stomach. The pain was still there a little even after the sleep paralysis was over with. I never felt pain ever until today during a sleep paralysis and never been lifted off my bed either. It was extremely scary and makes me not want to sleep ever again. I called my husband immediately after this but he didn’t really know what to say. He has never experienced sleep paralysis before. Im sick of sleep paralysis and wish there was a medication to keep it away.

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