Narcolepsy, a "sleeping disorder"?

  title={Narcolepsy, a "sleeping disorder"?},
  author={Willem M. A. Verhoeven},
  journal={Acta neuropsychiatrica},
  volume={3 1},
The narcoleptic syndrome in its most specific way is characterized by a set of clinical symptoms, including cataplexy, irresistable sleep episodes, hypnagogic hallucinations and sleepparalysis; the syndrome has been defined by the association of excessive day-time somnolence and REM-sleep abnormalities. In principle, anamnestic information is sufficient to… CONTINUE READING