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Re: Laughing and V-V

From: gungho


Have you tried speaking to a neurologist about cataplexy. It is a symptom of narcolepsy and its most prominent feature is the weakness (to varying degrees) in response to emotional stimuli. Laughing - particularly around loved ones - can have this effect.

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