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Sleep Paralysis: Hallucination or Sleep Disorder?

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Approximately 6 - 7 per cent of the population in Singapore have experienced sleep paralysis.

 

While some experience it once or twice in their lifetime, others may experience it regularly. The frightening condition, marked by breathlessness as well as the inability to move, scream or open your eyes while awake in bed, has been described across cultures worldwide.

 

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http://www.healthxchange.com.sg/healthyliving/SpecialFocus/Pages/Sleep-Paralysis-Hallucination-Sleep-Disorder-Page-1.aspx

 

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