Girl Suffering From Sleep Paralysis Describes Horrible ‘Glitching Girl’ Who Crawled Up Her Body
Sleep paralysis is one of the most terrifying experiences that are a type of paradox of reality. Even as it is a result of our physiology, the experience itself from a mental perspective makes us feel as if there is some external force involved. What many don’t realize is that our minds are so strong that it can project our own fears against us. Several people worldwide experience sleep paralysis once in their lives and the thought of being unable to move while something threatens you silently in what appears to be a real waking experience can be traumatic too. It’s your own horror movie come to life.
1When does sleep paralysis happen
Sleep paralysis can happen when you are just about to fall off to sleep or in the hypnagogic state when you are about to wake up in the wee hours of the morning. Its main characteristics are of course the inability to move or talk or even scream as you would want to even as you may be aware of the surrounding environment and atmosphere around you.
2A crushing feeling in the chest
Many people even find it difficult to breathe and will feel the typical crushing feeling in their chest as if some creature is sitting on the chest. Most victims of sleep paralysis feel as if some entity or external force is in the room with them. They will also feel that this presence is an evil one and out to hurt them. The problem is that there is nothing much you can do about this since you cannot move and have no option but to just let it pass even though you may get the feel of impending doom.
3Sleep paralysis is not harmful from a medical viewpoint
From a medical perspective, sleep paralysis is not a harmful thing but tell that to those suffering it and experiencing terrifying hallucinations that can really leave them mentally traumatized and shaken up upon awakening. Asleep paralysis experience can be intense. This was proven by one 18-year-old girl from Australia who goes by the name Alice (real name concealed) and regularly experiences sleep paralysis episodes to the point of even naming the presence she feels.
4Alice has been suffering sleep paralysis since she was eight
Alice has been experiencing sleep paralysis since she was 8 years old and would have almost 5 episodes in a week. Over the years it reduces but ultimately it returned with even more intensity than before. She says she first felt the presence in 2015 and it was just a voice which she began experiencing regularly as visual experiences. She named it ‘NOX”
5She described her presence and named it Nox
Alice described her presence as a male entity named Nox who wore a purple vest and white lab coat, it had shadowy eyes, and she also explained that she has been scared by him just once even though his visits sounded unpleasant and frightening. A t first it was only a voice and a smart-alecky one at that. Alice had a difficult time waking from sleep paralysis and she thought she was actually dying in her sleep.