My Experience with Sleep Paralysis & Hallucinations during Architecture
Alana Brajdic

Wow, I feel you.

Being an architect myself, I remember how were the early years of school, trying to accomplish everything they asked for in the shortest time possible. I had tons of all nighters, but when I finished my fourth year, I was all like “fuck it”. I couldn’t go on living like that, all the sleepless nights, all the stress, all the unnecessary pressure. So, I finished my degree (I wouldn’t quit, no sir), but I started working only regular hours for it, sleeping the right amount of hours, eating healthy, and in the end it was really beneficial for both my grades and my health.

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