Diagnosed 2 yrs ago
medication Neupro + Rasaligin (1300 hours)
For the past year I have had the alarming experience of sleep paralysis on waking. I wake but can´t move. I can see my room and hear people outside. I know I am awake but am probably still asleep. After what feels like a long time I break out of it. This only happens when taking an afternoon nap.
I also have recurring nightmare. I can´t move and can't breath but no one around me is taking it seriously. As I fall into unconsciousness I wake up gagging for breath.
Recently I have had more pleasant experiences, I can control my dreams. I am conscious but dreaming vividly. I can walk around rooms and look for things. Doesn't last for long but fun while it lasts.
Anyone else with similar dreams?
Yes clatter, I have endured for over 18, well it more really but the heavy stuff started 18yrs ago well we will start with visions both visual and tactile (my bed moves and things float across the room and when you combine these with the most horrible dreams ever well it does not make for restfull sleep so sir,now part of the cause can be drugs but parky is the culprit im afraid, I have tried every sweetie in the box before fitting the Dudopa and tough its amazing in some ways it cant stop the awful terror fillled nights, but all is not lost for from 95 to 2000 I was lucky to be taken under the wing of Dr A McGregor at NTGH and he taught me CBT cognitive behaviour therapy. this was for severe deppresion and it worked up to a point but where it really worked was in combating the dreams and visions I simply recognise them for what they are even telling some of the worst situations you can RIGHT ENOUGH OF THIS YOU LOT CAN B?????R OFF im awake,, and it works, though as I defeat one theme, another crops up the latest is My wife is raped in front of me and im shut down and cannot lift a finger to help, so in short there may be a way to stop your ideous dreams, but alas I have not found a permanent stopper