All Relations between Sleep Paralysis and consciousness

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b' Eva Milet\\xc3\\xadnov\\xc3\\xa1, Monika Klikov\\xc3\\xa1, Am\\xc3\\xa1lie Dostal\\xc3\\xadkov\\xc3\\xa1, Jitka Bu\\xc5\\xa1kov\\xc3\\xa. Morphological characteristics of cerebellum, pons and thalamus in Reccurent isolated sleep paralysis - A pilot study. Frontiers in neuroanatomy. vol 18. 2024-07-04. PMID:38962392.' recurrent isolated sleep paralysis (risp) is a rapid eye movement sleep (rem) parasomnia, characterized by the loss of voluntary movements upon sleep onset and/or awakening with preserved consciousness. 2024-07-04 2024-07-10 Not clear
Teresa Campillo-Ferrer, Adriana Alcaraz-Sánchez, Ema Demšar, Hsin-Ping Wu, Martin Dresler, Jennifer Windt, Olaf Blank. Out-of-body experiences in relation to lucid dreaming and sleep paralysis: a theoretical review and conceptual model. Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews. 2024-06-16. PMID:38880408. the model sheds light on the phenomenological differences between sleep-related obes and similar states of consciousness, such as lucid dreaming (the realization of being in a dream state) and sleep paralysis (feeling paralyzed while falling asleep or waking up), and explores the potential polysomnographic features underlying sleep-related obes. 2024-06-16 2024-06-19 Not clear
Mahmoud T Hefnawy, Basma E Amer, Samar A Amer, Khaled Moghib, Yehya Khlidj, Bahaa Elfakharany, Adel Mouffokes, Zainab J Alazzeh, Nishant P Soni, Muhannad Wael, Mohamed E Elsaye. Prevalence and Clinical Characteristics of Sleeping Paralysis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Cureus. vol 16. issue 1. 2024-03-01. PMID:38425633. sleep paralysis (sp) is a mixed state of consciousness and sleep, combining features of rapid eye movement (rem) sleep with those of wakefulness. 2024-03-01 2024-03-03 human
Severin Ableidinger, Brigitte Holzinge. Sleep Paralysis and Lucid Dreaming-Between Waking and Dreaming: A Review about Two Extraordinary States. Journal of clinical medicine. vol 12. issue 10. 2023-05-27. PMID:37240545. sleep paralysis and lucid dreams are two states of consciousness that are connected to rem sleep but are defined by higher awareness in contrast to regular rem sleep. 2023-05-27 2023-08-14 Not clear
Paulina Wróbel-Knybel, Michał Flis, Joanna Rog, Baland Jalal, Leszek Wołkowski, Hanna Karakuła-Juchnowic. Characteristics of Sleep Paralysis and Its Association with Anxiety Symptoms, Perceived Stress, PTSD, and Other Variables Related to Lifestyle in Selected High Stress Exposed Professions. International journal of environmental research and public health. vol 19. issue 13. 2022-07-09. PMID:35805480. sleep paralysis (sp) is a hypnagogic or hypnopompic state associated with the inability to move while conscious. 2022-07-09 2023-08-14 Not clear
Devon E Hinton, Ria Reis, Joop de Jon. Ghost Encounters Among Traumatized Cambodian Refugees: Severity, Relationship to PTSD, and Phenomenology. Culture, medicine and psychiatry. vol 44. issue 3. 2021-03-29. PMID:31701326. ghost visitations occurred in multiple experiential modalities that could be classified into three states of consciousness: full sleep (viz., in dream), hypnagogia, that is, upon falling asleep or awakening (viz., in sleep paralysis [sp] and in non-sp hallucinations), and full waking (viz., in hallucinations, visual aura, somatic sensations [chills or goosebumps], and leg cramps). 2021-03-29 2023-08-13 Not clear
Dan Deni. Relationships between sleep paralysis and sleep quality: current insights. Nature and science of sleep. vol 10. 2020-10-01. PMID:30464663. in terms of objective measurements, the limited literature to date shows sleep paralysis to be a "mixed" state of consciousness, combining elements of rapid eye movement sleep with elements of wakefulness. 2020-10-01 2023-08-13 Not clear
Jingfeng Duan, Wanli Huang, Mincong Zhou, Xujuan Li, Wei Ca. Case report of adjunctive use of olanzapine with an antidepressant to treat sleep paralysis. Shanghai archives of psychiatry. vol 25. issue 5. 2014-07-03. PMID:24991174. sleep paralysis (sp) is a condition of unknown etiology that usually occurs when falling asleep or when awakening in which the individual remains conscious but is unable to control their voluntary movements. 2014-07-03 2023-08-13 Not clear
Murray P Abrams, Ashlee D Mulligan, R Nicholas Carleton, Gordon J G Asmundso. Prevalence and correlates of sleep paralysis in adults reporting childhood sexual abuse. Journal of anxiety disorders. vol 22. issue 8. 2009-01-12. PMID:18436428. sleep paralysis (sp) occurs when rapid eye movement (rem) activity and concomitant paralysis of the skeletal muscles persist as an individual awakens and becomes conscious of his/her surroundings. 2009-01-12 2023-08-12 human
M Lecendreux, Y Dauvilliers, I Arnulf, P Franc. [Narcolepsy with cataplexy in the child: clinical evaluation and therapeutical management]. Revue neurologique. vol 164. issue 8-9. 2008-11-26. PMID:18760814. excessive daytime sleepiness, irresistible sleep attacks, partial or complete cataplexies leading to abrupt falls without loss of consciousness are the major symptoms of the disorder together with hypnagogic hallucinations and sleep paralysis. 2008-11-26 2023-08-12 Not clear
C C Bell, B Shakoor, B Thompson, D Dew, E Hughley, R Mays, K Shorter-Goode. Prevalence of isolated sleep paralysis in black subjects. Journal of the National Medical Association. vol 76. issue 5. 1984-08-17. PMID:6737506. sleep paralysis is a state of consciousness experienced while waking from sleep or falling asleep. 1984-08-17 2023-08-12 human