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Science Explains What Sleep Paralysis Does To Your Body (And Why It Happens)

Over the centuries, the symptoms associated to sleep paralysis have been considered as a proof of an “evil” presence: unseen night demons in ancient times, the old hag in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and alien abductors.

Almost every culture around the world has its scary stories of shadowy evil creatures that terrify helpless humans at night. They were a result of the struggle of people to find an explanation of the mysterious sleep-time paralysis and the terror it causes.

Sleep paralysis is a condition which occurs between the stages of sleep and wakefulness, and the person is conscious, but cannot move.  It is a strange and frightening phenomenon, as people cannot voluntarily control their movements, but fortunately, it does not cause any physical harm in the body.

Yet, it is accompanied by hypnagogic experiences, which are visual, auditory, and sensory hallucinations, which can belong o one of these three categories:


Intruder: The person listens to sounds of doorknobs opening, …

The 5 Amazing Benefits of Blackberry: It Fights Off Inflammation & Cancer

Blackberry, similarly to blueberries, contains amazing health benefits and supplies us with at least one third of the daily need for nutrients. Delicious and healthy, this fruit can help you fight off everything from premature skin aging to aggressive types of cancer.

What is also great about it is that it goes great with so many different foods. If you still have doubts why it is pivotal to add it to your diet, continue reading the article. We will present its 5 major health benefits.

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The Marvelous Blackberry & Its Health Benefits

Betters brain function According to studies, blackberries have an excellent potential to boost the brain function, similarly to other berries abundant in antioxidants. This top brain food can better short-term memory and it also contains manganese, a pivotal nutrient for the brain. Namely, manganese deficiency has been associated with brain conditions such as epilepsy. So, to get your brain synapses firing in the right way, opt for a cup of b…

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