Woman Sleeps for Weeks at a Time Due to Rare ‘Sleeping Beauty’ Syndrome

A Minnesota woman has slept through the majority of the last five years of her life because of a rare condition sometimes called Sleeping Beauty Syndrome.

Delanie Weyer, 23, tells PEOPLE she suffers from Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS), a neurological disorder that affects one in a million people.

KLS can be different for everyone, but for me, I sleep anywhere between 15 to 20 hours a day when I’m in episode,” explains the Minnesota-based Weyer. “When I am awake I’m very delirious –...

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