I understand that it is because of low or no hypocretin levels in the brain. I know that they are neurotransmitter released from the hypothalamus, but what else (Physiology aspect) is going on in the brain that causes the sudden sleep attacks or cataplexy????Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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