Translation of narcolepsy in Spanish:


narcolepsia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnɑrkəˌlɛpsi/ /ˈnɑːkə(ʊ)lɛpsi/

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    narcolepsia feminine
    • It was developed to treat narcolepsy, a rare condition that makes people fall asleep unexpectedly and uncontrollably.
    • The drug is used for narcolepsy, a condition in which people fall asleep unexpectedly during the day.
    • While insomnia comes in many forms, there are people with narcolepsy who fall asleep while at work, talking or driving.
    • Sleepiness and cataplexy are the symptoms of narcolepsy that most often merit treatment with drugs.
    • The drug was first approved in 1998 to treat narcolepsy, an uncommon condition in which sufferers fall asleep uncontrollably during the day.