(Monica Akhtar, Sarah Hashemi/The Washington Post)
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When sleep paralysis strikes
Sleep paralysis can be a startling phenomenon. Dr. Elias G. Karroum, a neurologist from George Washington University Hospital, discusses the waking nightmares.
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