When was the last time you had a nightmare? Can you still remember what exactly happened?
KAMI came across with this bizarre story in Mail Online about a girl who suffers from hallucination every time she sleep. The girl was identified as Nancy Lewendon , 20 years old who hasn’t had good night sleep for years.
When asked what she is seeing, she answered that she sees snakes and spiders, “It’s usually spiders, or snakes, It’s like you’re hallucinating: your eyes are open and you think that it’s actually happening but it’s all in your mind.”
The worst thing here is, it could happen up to 3 to 4 times in a night. Aside from the hallucinations, she is also experiencing sleep walking.
“There’s not a time that I can’t remember sleepwalking, sometimes it happens up to three or four times a night. I’ll wake up and I’ve been moving around my room. I don’t always remember it. There have been times when I’ve looked for my laptop in the morning only to find it in my underwear drawer.”
She continued to share her experience, "I once tried to go to the toilet in the laundry basket but luckily my mum found me just in time.”
Though it’s not new to Britons in Europe to suffer from sleeping disorders such as nightmares, chronic insomnia, sleep paralysis or even narcolepsy, Nancy’s case is an extreme version.
According to Dr Guy Leschziner , a neurologist and a sleep expert, “A bad night’s sleep can be caused by what’s going on in your mind, your genetics, or even the state of your bedroom, by looking at this whole range of factors I believe we can alleviate or even cure the most debilitating of sleep disorders.”