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  • Every night, countless people wake up unable to move.

    每天晚上都有無數人醒來,卻無法動彈。

  • Their minds and bodies in the throes of a real condition called sleep paralysis.

    他們的身心都處於一種真實狀態,叫做睡眠癱瘓症。

  • When triggered, the symptoms are usually mild.

    發作時,症狀通常是輕微的。

  • From tense muscles, to labored breathing.

    從肌肉僵硬到呼吸困難。

  • But for some, the experience conjures hallucinations that make nightmares come alive.

    但有些人的經驗是會讓他們產生幻覺,讓噩夢成真。

  • Here are some of their stories.

    接下來,我們來聽聽他們的故事。

  • Before I learned to cope with it, I've seen quite a few awful things.

    在我知道如何應付它之前,我看過不少可怕的東西。

  • Horror films don't really...they don't really do anything for me anymore because what I've seen is more terrifying.

    恐怖片對我來說已經不算什麼了,因為我看過更令人心生畏懼的東西。

  • The earliest I can remember is seeing a figure that looked like my mother sitting on my bed.

    我記得最早之前,我看到一個像我媽媽的人影坐在我床上。

  • Her face is then morphing into some kind of demon.

    她的臉變成了某種惡魔。

  • Another time, a little girl was in the corner just staring at me.

    另一次,是一個小女孩在角落一直盯著我。

  • Then without notice, she shrieks and runs up and grabs me by the neck.

    然後她突然尖叫,並衝過來掐住我的脖子。

  • You try to call for help but your voice, it doesn't work and your body won't respond.

    你試圖呼救,但你叫不出聲音,身體也動彈不得。

  • You just feel helpless.

    你只感到無助。

  • On one particular night, I felt like someone was looking at me from the foot of my bed.

    有一天晚上,我感覺好像有人從我的床腳下看著我。

  • I knew that nothing was there but I was afraid to open my eyes.

    我知道那裡什麼也沒有,但我不敢睜開眼睛。

  • When I did, I saw a woman's head looking straight back at me.

    當我睜開眼睛時,我看到一個女人的頭,她直勾勾地看著我。

  • She didn't have a body or even a neck.

    她沒有身體,甚至連脖子都沒有。

  • Just her head.

    只有頭。

  • I still remember the smirk she had on her face.

    我還記得她臉上得意的笑容。

  • I closed my eyes immediately and I was unable to move.

    我立刻閉上眼睛,而且我無法移動。

  • When I felt it was safe, I opened my eyes again.

    當我感到安全時,我再次睜開我的眼。

  • She was still there.

    她依然在那裡。

  • And she began to laugh at me.

    然後她便開始嘲笑我。

  • I closed my eyes again, hoping she would disappear.

    我再次閉上眼,希望她能消失。

  • Then, I heard this scoff.

    接著,我聽到幾聲譏笑。

  • And she was gone.

    然後她就消失了。

  • So, I remember waking up and feeling a presence in the room.

    我記得我醒來時,感覺到房間有其他人在。

  • And I see this woman in a black dress looming above the floor.

    我看到一個穿著黑色裙子的女人在地面上若隱若現。

  • And she kept coming closer and closer to me.

    她一直越來越靠近我。

  • I could feel my throat closing and I couldn't breathe.

    我能感覺到我的喉嚨被鎖住,我無法呼吸。

  • As soon as she made it towards me she floated right in front of my face and started screaming.

    她一走到我身邊,就在我面前漂浮起來,然後開始尖叫。

  • I bolted out of my bed and I tried to wake up my parents.

    我跳下我的床,並試著叫醒我的父母。

  • Little did I know, I was still dreaming and I ended up back in my bed in another sleep paralysis experience.

    當時的我還不知道我還在夢中,結果又回到了床上再經歷另一次睡眠癱瘓症。

  • It's something that's so wild and surreal that there's no logic to it.

    這是個如此瘋狂和超現實的東西,沒有任何邏輯可言。

  • So if you wake up one day paralyzed by horrific visions remember to stay calm.

    所以,如果有一天你醒來,被恐怖的幻象麻痺了,記得保持冷靜。

  • And understand that your nightmares are only as real as you make them.

    而且你必須知道,你的噩夢都是你自己創造出來的。

Every night, countless people wake up unable to move.

每天晚上都有無數人醒來,卻無法動彈。

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