hypoegoic state is a term that refers to the transitional state of consciousness between wakefulness and sleep. It is also known as hypnagogia. During this state, people may experience sensory perceptions that are not based on reality, such as hallucinations, lucid dreams, body jerks, or sleep paralysis. hypoegoic state is a common phenomenon that can occur in up to 70 percent of people. It can be influenced by various factors, such as alcohol, drugs, stress, sleep deprivation, or creativity.

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