What Is Narcolepsy: 10 Signs of Narcolepsy

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2.Cataplexy

Cataplexy is a sudden, uncontrollable loss of muscle tone and control. When a person feels a strong emotion such as excitement, happiness, stress, surprise, anger, or fear, cataplexy attacks can range from mild, such as drooping eyelids, to losing muscle control in the knees, hands, or, in some cases, the entire body.

Cataplexy may cause your head to nod, your hand to drop something, your speech to become slurred, or your facial muscles to relax — or you may fall or collapse. As a result, depending on which part of your body is affected.

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