10 Sleep Paralysis Symptoms

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Intruder Hallucinations

Individuals may experience intruder hallucinations along with the inability to move. This is the perception that there is a dangerous person or intruder in the room. These hallucinations, which are usually perceived as shadowy figures, are seen across cultures.

For most people, these hallucinations trigger fear, but a small percentage of individuals experience blissful or pleasant hallucinations. Interestingly, a person's cultural context has been found to play a significant role in whether the hallucinations are fearful or pleasant.

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