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Last night something wierd/paranormal/strange happened.WD?


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So people I do slowly recover from Asthma attack and bad 3 weeks of WD, but last night something that never before happened to me happened. So I went to sleep I did felt strange and full of anxiety even that is weird for me in night. I night I usually get better but sometimes it happened to me that i got in fear before sleeping. So I lied down and could not calm my self down for 2 hours and than in one moment i made it to sleep but just to come in this state between sleeping and not sleeping and in something that looks like sleeping paralyses. That mean everything was looking like it happened there where I sleep and where I am,but I could l not move, but I was sleep. :D You people that knows something about sleeping paralyses will know that feeling. And than the most strange thing happened I heard the voice. Very strong man voice that was telling me something very scary but something that has to do with my present situation. I woke up in that moment.  :idiot:I never had any hallucination visual or hearing and now I am asking you is this one of this things?Am I going crazy? Thanks :thumbsup:
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You're not going crazy.  This kind of thing is common for those going through a difficult withdrawal.  I had similar experiences during my acute withdrawal period.  Vivid, bizarre dreams, and so called "minor" hallucinations, which were not only visual but aural at times,  The period between waking and sleep was where most of this occured.  As you recover, these things will stop happening.

 

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This is from Wikipedia:

 

Hypnagogia

Hypnagogia is the experience of the transitional state from wakefulness to sleep: the hypnagogic state of consciousness, during the onset of sleep. Mental phenomena that occur during this "threshold consciousness" phase include lucid thought, lucid dreaming, hallucinations, and sleep paralysis.

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Hi, You are not crazy at all.  I have had all of this and more.  I swear to you that it gets better.  It will continue to get better and fade with time.  :)
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"normal" I think. "just" wd.

 

I still have nights, perhaps twice per month and more when in stressful situations, in which I seem to be awake and I talk to animals to go out of my bed, then I go out of bed to look under the bed and after a while I wake up and find myself on the ground with a cable or a pillow in my hand and have to tell me "it happened again. go to bed. sleep." - its weird.... something between sleeping and not sleeping.. but not awake :idiot:

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It's withdrawal and will go away like everything else. Yes I've had the sleep paralysis and the aural hallucination. The sleep paralysis I really hated because of the feeling of not being able to completely wake up and get up. The aural hallucination, well I've had quite of few of them, and now I don't think anything of it. I used to hear a man's voice in another room talking. That happened a couple of times and I believe that was from Ambien w/d. I've heard explosions in my head a few times. when I'm just dropping off to sleep. The first time I jolted out of bed to see what happened, now I just roll over and go back to sleep. I hear the telephone ringing lately and it isn't.

 

Becky  :smitten:

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Thank you people for writing.It is strange that it came after 5 months in WD and never before.

I had toxic dream and vivid dreams but this never.

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You're not going crazy. I've had this a few times. I remember being bitten by a vampire once and I even felt it's fangs sinking into my neck lol. It's horrible, but not harmful and it will improve as you recover. If yours is particularly bad it may be worth seeing a sleep specialist to see if there is any non drug strategies to help reduce it. I personally get this worse if I sleep on my back. Whatever entity I see during one of these episodes usually ends up sitting on my chest and it feels like I cannot breathe. I am a firm believer in the paranormal and I have seen what I think are ghosts and shadow people (interdimensional beings), but this doesn't feel at all like that, I know this sleep paralysis is a physical thing that originates in my brain. 
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This actually happened to me before WD but has happened many times in WD. I dream that someone is on top of me holding me down. It is actually pretty scary because I wake and try to move but I'm stuck. As many times as it has happened until I can wake up enough I believe there is someone there. It is no fun at all. I hope that does not happen to anyone else here because is sucks.
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