Narcolepsi

Were you looking for information about Narcolepsy? Narcolepsi is a common misspelling of narcolepsy.
 
Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder that affects as many as 200,000 Americans. People with this chronic condition have sporadic urges to sleep and may fall asleep while at work or school, eating a meal, or driving a car. In addition to excessive and overwhelming daytime sleepiness, narcolepsy may also cause a sudden loss of voluntary muscle tone, vivid hallucinations during sleep onset or upon awakening, and brief episodes of total paralysis at the beginning or end of sleep.
 
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