Narcolepsy

Definition of Narcolepsy:

A neurological disorder involving recurring, sudden, uncontrollable urges to sleep.  A narcoleptic can suddenly fall into a deep sleep while talking or working, for example.

Also: Narcoleptic

Topics Related to Narcolepsy

Hypersomnolence

...the condition
“...It is suspected that CNS hypersomnolence is related to narcolepsy.  The major difference is that CNS patients do not show cataplexy or the presence of dreams (REM sleep) during nap opportunities...”

Narcolepsy

...the condition
Narcoleptic patients suffer episodes of unwanted or unintended sleep...”
...recommendation GHB (Gamma-Hydroxybutyrate)
“Several independent investigators have reported beneficial effects by GHB against narcolepsy, with two double-blind studies having been published...”

Poor Small Intestine Health

...the condition
“...It is thought by many that congestion in the lacteals and lymphatics of the small intestine contributes to narcolepsy.  Symptoms of duodenal ulcers include midmorning and middle of the night pain relieved by eating...”
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