Hypnagogic & hypnopompic hallucinations are vivid hallucinations upon falling asleep or waking – often involving hearing, feeling touch and seeing figures in the room.
Sleep paralysis is the inability to move one’s body while falling asleep or waking. The paralysis may last a few seconds to a few minutes during which time one is unable to move at all, not even a finger.

People without narcolepsy can experience these too, usually when stressed or sleep deprived – they just tend to affect people with narcolepsy much more frequently……….. Read More

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