A friend of mine (male, sixteen) has a history of insomnia. It stopped for a while, but is now starting up again within the past couple months. Recently, he was at a social function and complained of his head hurting. His face turned a deep red and grew very warm, saying his head felt as if it were on fire (however, he was not hallucinating that it was), and began shaking uncontrollably. He lost consciousness for a few moments, but gained it back, not remembering have done so. Since then, there have been similar episodes where his head is hurting, his face turns red, and he shakes uncontrollably (he is sometimes unaware of this shaking). He fell asleep standing up, leaning against his girlfriend, but didn't realize he had. He complains that he's extremely tired most of the time. We're very concerned about his condition and would like to know what's going on. Does anybody recognize the symptoms and are aware of what the cause is? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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