BacheloretteHannah Brown, alumna of the University of Texas tells her fans that she has a history with alopecia. “super scary”A medical condition that causes her to wake up on a different note in the mornings. Brown shared her January 19 Instagram story about her sleep paralysis experience.
“Do any of you experience sleep paralysis, because I’ve already had an alternate morning in my sleep paralysis state,”Brown began asking her followers to help her per People Magazine. “It’s the weirdest thing, I am like, ‘Hannah, open your eyes,’ in my head while I’m sleeping; like ‘move your body,’ and I can’t.”
She described feeling like she was living in a dream, but then it changed. She felt like she woke up and began a routine for the day. But she couldn’t move. “It’s the weirdest thing. So I’m still just recuperating from that,”She spoke.
The Dancing With the StarsChampion expressed her gratitude that it wasn’t a bad dream that she was having that day. “It wasn’t like nightmare-ish but more like I couldn’t establish what was real or not, if I had woken up…while also being aware I wasn’t moving?”She spoke.”Anybody that has any type of abnormal sleep stuff, I feel your pain,”She continued. “Also, you just wake up really confused.”
Brown has had sleep paralysis fits before. “super scary.” “It feels [like] you’re unable to move or speak for a bit.”She’s not the only one in Hollywood to have experienced sleep paralysis. Tom Holland recently described how his fame had a negative effect on his dreams. He began having sleep paralysis nightmares from being followed by paparazzi.
“They’re all there, and I’m looking for my publicist, like, ‘Where is the person who’s supposed to be protecting me? What’s going on?’ And then when I am able to move again, I turn the lights on, and it’s over,”He spoke with us in an interview. GQ. “And I think, Oh, my God, I’m in my room, I’m fine. There’s no one here. But then I will get up and look for a recording device or something that someone has put in my room.”