Sleeping Beauty Syndrome - Kleine-Levin Syndrome

Sleeping Beauty Syndrome, also known as Kleine-Levin Syndrome is a rare disease affecting very few people.
British 15-year-old Louisa Ball has been diagnosed with Kleine-Levin Syndrome, whose victims worldwide may number no more than 1,000. The victims live normally for weeks or months at a time, with normal sleep patterns and normal energy levels. Then, with little warning, they’ll go to sleep for days or weeks at a time. So far, Louisa’s longest bout in bed has been 13 days.

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