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Anyone else have this problem of inability to move right before falling asleep?

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Dr. Michelle Zetoony
Internal Medicine - Sleep Medicine

In brief: Relatively common

It is called sleep paralysis.
It is actually pretty common. It can be brought on by sleep deprivation or overtiredness. There are some sleep disorders, such as narcolepsy that this happens very commonly.

In brief: Relatively common

It is called sleep paralysis.
It is actually pretty common. It can be brought on by sleep deprivation or overtiredness. There are some sleep disorders, such as narcolepsy that this happens very commonly.
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