Australian media reported on 21-year-old resident of Adelaide Harry Dunn, who suffers from a rare neurological disorder syndrome, Klein-Levin (KLS), also known as the syndrome of “sleeping beauty”.
the Young man could fall asleep at any time and does not know how long it will last.
The long his sleep lasted 41 days, he slept for two birthday parties at 16 and 17 years old, one Christmas, several major sports which wanted to see.
the Illness came from Harry at the age of 14, but at first it was considered just being a sleepy teenager. And then it became clear how big the problem is.
the Australian edition of 10 News First Dunn said that when he sleeps, he can eat, take a shower, go to the toilet, but absolutely not aware of what he does.
Parents, when their son in such a state, try to talk to him, but it looks insensitive, not always responds and looks through them.
When the young man wakes up, don’t remember what I did at this time.
Attack is the “zombie”state he may, at any time – no its precursors.
Doctors believe that the cause of the disease could be reducing blood flow to the hypothalamus, treatment but find it can’t, just assume that over time, Harry this will pass.