Monday, August 6, 2012

Lu and Shannon Demonstrate a Narcolepsy Response Dog

  • Cataplexy. This is a sudden loss of muscle tone while awake that makes you unable to move. Strong emotions, such as laughter or anger, can trigger this.
    • Most attacks last for less than 30 seconds and can be missed.
    • Your head will suddenly fall forward, your jaw will become slack, and your knees will buckle.
    • In severe cases, a person may fall and stay paralyzed for as long as several minutes
















2 comments:

combatyid said...

wow, amazing, sorry i missed it. the pictures are a good example of what the process is all about. thanks for sharing. learned something news today.

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