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What is sleep paralysis and how could it be linked to Covid?

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Regular, consistent sleep patterns have taken a serious hit since Covid-19 entered all our lives around two years ago. Ever-changing rules and restrictions, working from home and quarantining are among the various factors that have taken their toll on many people's ability to enjoy a good night's sleep.

Reports of sleep paralysis are now emerging on social media, with some speculating that it could be a symptom of the new Omicron variant that has infected record numbers of people, according to The Express.

The NHS website describes sleep paralysis as "when you cannot move or speak as you are waking up or falling asleep". It admits that the sensation can be scary for anyone who experiences it but adds that it is harmless and that most

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