Wednesday, March 07, 2007

'Flying' in your sleep may be a paralysis

During sleep paralysis, people experience a kind of breakdown between states of consciousness which takes place on the fringe of sleep, either when falling asleep or waking. Because the brain turns off the body's ability to move during dreaming, muscles can lose their tone, or tension, causing paralysis.

(Via The Anomalist.)

OK, OK, we get it already!

1 comment:

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