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Re: Weakness from Laughter

Posted by Eddie Sylvano on August 20, 2002, at 14:47:28

In reply to Weakness from Laughter Ritch, posted by IsoM on August 20, 2002, at 14:32:11

> Mitch, just a small note about laughter & how it affects you. Check over http://www.sleepdisorderchannel.net/narcolepsy/symptom.shtml especially the cataplexy part. Note that it may not be obvious to others & the fact it happens during intense emotional states. Mine occured with laughter coupled with previous stress or exhaustion.
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> You may have mild narcolepsy & not be aware of it. It's not nearly as uncommon as many think.

That's an interesting link. It mentions sleep paralysis and hypnopompic hallucinations, both of which I get on occasion (as well as excessive daytime sleepiness). Sleep paralysis (and the accompanying hallucinations) are easily the creepiest and most disturbing things that ever happen to me.


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