Recurrent Hypersomnia: Unraveling the Cycles of Excessive Sleepiness

Recurrent Hypersomnia, also known as Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS), is a rare and enigmatic sleep disorder characterized by recurring episodes of excessive sleepiness, extended periods of sleep, and various cognitive and behavioral disturbances during these episodes. This condition affects a small number of individuals worldwide and presents unique challenges in understanding and managing its cyclical nature. In this guide, we’ll explore Recurrent Hypersomnia (KLS), its clinical features, potential causes, diagnosis, and strategies for coping with this perplexing disorder. Continue reading “Recurrent Hypersomnia: Unraveling the Cycles of Excessive Sleepiness”