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Reverted to wrong version
Thank you very much for your vandalism whacking. I just thought you'd want to know that in this edit you revered to a vandalized version of the article rather than the last good version.
- Oh thanks! I believe it was a case of one vandal being able to disguise their edits - and another, not so much. Either way, perhaps the only thing 'humiliating' as one of the Ip's say, is that I didn't notice their edit - usually I do. Anyway, I concur, and thank you! —MelbourneStar☆talk 03:15, 2 July 2014 (UTC)
I just read your page on sleep paralysis. I am a long time sufferer of RISP (pretty much all my life) and have back to back episodes almost every night and it is terrifying and exhausting. I wanted to Thank You for contributing to the SP page because it is the most thorough information I have ever come across on the topic and I even learned some things I didn't know.
Can I ask where you learned so much about it? Because there's not a whole lot of info on the subject and that is a little discouraging. I wanted to ask your opinion on something... My SP episodes are ALWAYS at sleep onset, never upon awakening and I understand the theory between SP and REM, which explains how that would occur upon awakening, but that theory doesn't really hold water and make sense for the episodes that occur at the onset of sleep because when I (or anyone suffering from sleep onset SP) lays down to go to sleep, we're haven't actually gone to sleep yet when SP occurs we're still awake and have been since we laid down, so how can we have fallen into REM if we haven't even fallen asleep yet? It makes sense if you're having an SP episode as you are waking up and youre still in REM, but it doesn't make sense to explain how/why SP occurs at sleep onset because we are awake the whole time and therefore we never went to sleep, and accessed REM, so how does it play a role for this particular "sleep onset" type of SP?
(FYI: i heard that sleep onset SP in exclusively an symptom of narcolepsy and almost never occurs in people who are not narcoleptic, but I don't have narcolepsy and I solely experience sleep onset SP and have never had an episode upon awakening. From the information you provided on the Wikipage, it says only 3% of SP sufferers experience sleep onset SP who are not natcoleptic. Wow, that's a very small sliver of people! I can't believe I am one of them!
- Hi Gettup and welcome to Wikipedia!
- The article in question, sleep paralysis, has been edited by hundreds of different editors (not just me). But obviously on behalf of those who have edited, we're glad that you believe the content is useful and or helpful. Although I, or probably anyone else here on Wikipedia, wouldn't be able to offer advice with regards to your query, I'm sure this section which comprises the sources used for the article may be of assistance. Hope that helps! —MelbourneStar☆talk 12:25, 2 July 2014 (UTC)
query about content removal of IPTL
- Hi, would you be able to clarify which article you're enquiring about? Thank you, —MelbourneStar☆talk 12:27, 2 July 2014 (UTC)
apology for vandalization
hey melborne i am sorry for vandalizing. i am not blocked. but i need to grow up. im 19 in real life and its time i started acting like it. so. i apologize for vandalizing wikipedia. it wont happen again. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Codym1314 (talk • contribs) 15:36, 5 July 2014 (UTC)