Sleep Paralysis

Sleep paralysis is defined as a feeling of being conscious, but unable to move. The episodes can vary in duration, but what remains consistent are the fear and anxiety associated with sleep paralysis.

Simran Parekh joins Dr. Fedrick on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected to dive into the frightening topic.

Key Takeaways from Dr. Fedrick’s one-on-one with Simran:

• Hear about Simran’s background in the mental health field
• Find out what sleep paralysis actually is
• Learn what a person experiences when sleep paralysis occurs
• Discover the different types of sleep paralysis
• Learn how long episodes of sleep paralysis usually last, and how often they occur
• Hear preventative measures that someone can take to avoid sleep paralysis episodes

All of this and more, on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected.

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