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Category: Narcolepsy


Narcolepsy Treatment

Cognitive, education, occupational and psychosocial problems related to excessive sleep of narcolepsy have been documented. Normal adolescents often experience excessive sleepiness during the day due to the ripening of physiological sleep trends, accentuated by multiple educational and social pressures, which Read more…


Narcolepsy Causes

Narcolepsy is a lifelong neurological developmental disorder characterized by the brain’s inability to regulate sleep cycles. In people with narcolepsy, the aspects of rapid eye movement (REM) are dormant when they are awake, while the vigilant. Symptoms of narcolepsy may Read more…


Narcolepsy Symptoms

(Image) Narcolepsy is a lifelong neurological developmental disorder characterized by the brain’s inability to regulate sleep cycles. There are two main types of narcolepsy: catalepsy (Type1) and cataplexy without cataplexy (Type 2). Symptoms of narcolepsy may include excessive daytime sleep Read more…


Narcolepsy Types

Cognitive, education, occupational and psychosocial problems related to excessive sleep of narcolepsy have been documented. Normal adolescents often experience excessive sleepiness during the day due to the ripening of physiological sleep trends, accentuated by multiple educational and social pressures, which Read more…


Narcolepsy

Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder associated with deep sleep, paralyzing sleep, paralyzing sleep, cataplexy and hallucinations of sleep. Although often discussed in parallel with the usual Sleep Disorders, Narcolepsy and Sleep Apnea differ significantly in the causes, treatments and results. Read more…