The phrase "sleep paralysis" can be a little misleading. Being unable to move is just one aspect of the common affliction. The paralysis also spreads into your dreams, and that's when things get very...terrifying.
People who suffer from sleep paralysis tend to have more vivid dream than the rest of us. Only they're completely unable to move in them, basically resigned to whatever scary fate their subconscious has in store for them.
The following photos are one man's attempt to share his terrifying sleep paralysis experiences with the rest of the world, for his own sake and for the education of people who might not be familiar with the haunting experiences this condition creates.
Nicolas Bruno is a photographer who, for the past seven years, has suffered from sleep paralysis.
There's not much narrative available from Nicolas on these images, and the context wouldn't make any sense, either (they're dreams after all), but take a look at the significant gallery, keeping an eye out for any symbolism or settings that you may remember from dreams.