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  • Answer: damage in the nervous system
  • Answer: One main cause of paralysis is a major accident such as a car crash, a fall from a high height or any other hard impact to the spinal column. Other causes are hereditary.
  • Answer: If this just occurred, call for assistance and get to a hospial immediately. This is often a sign of a stroke
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    Sleep paralysis is a disorder characterized by the inability to move upon falling asleep or waking up. Sleep paralysis occurs as a person is moving in our out of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, and is the result of a premature disconnection between the brain and body. While the brain and body normally disconnect during REM sleep, those who suffer from sleep paralysis experience the disconnection as they are about to enter or exit REM instead.Symptoms of Sleep ParalysisSymptoms of sleep paralysis include:
    • Sensations of noise or smells
    • Feelings of levitation
    • Inability to move the body
    • Feelings of terror
    • Images of intruders
     Causes of Sleep ParalysisSleep paralysis can be caused by any incident that disrupts normal REM patterns, including jet lack, insomnia, inconsistent sleep hygiene, and brain injury. Treatment of Sleep ParalysisThe best way to banish sleep paralysis is to reestablish normal REM patterns. Going to bed and rising at the same time every day will reintroduce a normal brain-body connection.

     TreatmentThis is very spiritual phenomenon, and it can be resolved instantly, even though most people are trying to put it in the medical realm. Go to StopSleepParalysis.org for some easy steps to fix it on your own, without wasting your money.
  • Answer: Some mushrooms can indeed cause paralysis. This is because thesemushrooms are not meant for human consumption and contain deadlypoison.
  • Answer: I would to say brain cancer
  • Answer: no it cant harm you it only lasts for 30 seconds,

    hope this helps
  • Answer: There are claims it doesnt cause death, yet we see a lot of healthy people die in their sleep, and nobody would be around to say otherwise. I know i stopped breathing for a long period of time and regained control to gasping breathes.

    There is an easy cure to this spiritual phenomenon. Go to StopSleepParalysis.org for research and instructions.
  • Answer: Poliomyelitis can cause permanent paralysis.
  • Answer: Hard to say without knowing the details. Most likely it has to do with nerve regenerating and starting to send poorly regulated signals back to the brain. This type of "neuropathic" pain is poorly responsive to traditional pain medications such as ibuprofen, aspirin and narcotics (morphine). Often other medications like older anti-depressants and ant-seizure medications are effective.
  • Answer: Paralysis by definition prevents movement.
  • Answer: Sleep paralysis is not recognized as a pleasant experience, and the person does not usually have much control over whether they go into this state or not.
    While there are things you can do to make it less likely to suffer from sleep paralysis, there is not much to do to "get yourself into" this condition. I would not advise trying to impose any of the "causes" listed at the end of this article.

    Sleep paralysis is a disorder characterized by the inability to move upon falling asleep or waking up. Sleep paralysis occurs as a person is moving in our out of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, and is the result of a premature disconnection between the brain and body. While the brain and body normally disconnect during REM sleep, those who suffer from sleep paralysis experience the disconnection as they are about to enter or exit REM instead.
    Symptoms of Sleep Paralysis Symptoms of sleep paralysis include:
    • Sensations of noise or smells
    • Feelings of levitation
    • Inability to move the body
    • Feelings of terror
    • Images of intruders
    Causes of Sleep Paralysis Sleep paralysis can be caused by any incident that disrupts normal REM patterns, including jet lack, insomnia, inconsistent sleep hygiene, and brain injury.
  • Answer: There are two major forms, hypokalemic and hyperkalemic, each caused by defects in different genes.

What president had infantile paralysis?

  • Franklin D. Rooseveldt

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