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What Is Sleep Paralysis and why is it usually so scary?
When you fall asleep, your brain doesn’t completely turn off. In order to prevent you from acting out your dreams/thoughts while you sleep, the brain releases chemicals that suppress motor control, leaving you unable to move. This inhibition is supposed to be lifted as soon as you wake up, but sometimes it doesn’t and that’s when you get sleep paralysis.
The opposite, no inhibition while asleep, is what causes sleep walking.
It is so scary because your brain will try to come up with a reason you can’t move, and this often takes the form of some type of restraint such as a gremlin sitting on your chest. Being immobile is a big threat to your survival so it tends to cause panic.