Narcolepsy: Multiple Stages Of Sleep

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Narcolepsy is a neurological disorder that affects the control of sleep and wakefulness. Those diagnosed with narcolepsy experience excessive daytime fatigue with intermittent, unavoidable episodes of falling asleep. These sudden offset of sleep can be found during any point in one’s routine, and thus uncontrollable. A typical sleep cycle consists of multiple stages of sleep where these differential levels have some association with neurological activity. The first stages of sleep are delved quickly (about 90 minutes) and then ultimately leads to rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. For the general consensus of people whom suffer from narcolepsy, REM sleep is found almost instantaneously in the sleep cycle as well as periodically during the waking

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