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Narcolepsy in Kids: Are They Born With It?

Narcolepsy often begins in childhood or adolescence. But it can look a lot different in kids than in adults. This can make it hard for doctors to diagnose children with narcolepsy. There are 2 types of narcolepsy: Type 1 narcolepsy involves excessive daytime sleepiness, cataplexy, and low levels of a brain hormone called hypocretin; type 2 narcolepsy involves sudden daytime sleepiness. People with type 2 narcolepsy have normal levels of hypocretin . . .

Published in Narcolepsy, a community, on June 17, 2022.