Here you go, some stuff to read about. I had your experience when I was younger and real busy. At the bottom is a link to all sorts of info on sleep paralysis, and here is a quote describing your condition from www.mayoclinic.com, the section on narcolepsy, which basically means your sleep is goofed up:
"Sleep paralysis mimics the type of temporary paralysis that normally occurs during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, the period of sleep during which most dreaming occurs. This temporary immobility during REM sleep may prevent your body from acting out dream activity. Not everyone with sleep paralysis has narcolepsy, however. Many normal people experience a few attacks of sleep paralysis, especially in young adulthood."
Well good to know how concerned you are about your health.Well nothing to worry ,what appears from your incidents is that it might your nightmares or what we call it as dream anxiety attacks.. Its a very unpleasant dream which forces you for partial awakening. Person can feel any emotions in a nightmare, such as anger, guilt, sadness or depression, but the most common feelings are fear and anxiety. Lot of things can cause nightmares,especially while trying hard to adjust to something or struggling with current unpleasant situatio in life.Any medications taken for long duration and sudden withdrawal of them can cuase the same.
It is nice that you talk calmly and quitely with your parents or close relatives about it.But generally it does not require any treatment for it.But if you feel it is recurring then you can concult a therapist for it with your parents accompanying you.
Thanks Alot! I read it all and i'm changing my sleep schedule and Exercise schedule.
Well... I think this Explains alot.. Thanks alot!
My husband has done this since he can remember. Now my 11 year old does it as well. I don't think it is harmful. They don't hear noises though.