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For those who have Periodic Paralysis, being viewed by others as a "normal" person is something that doesn't happen much. They are often accused of faking their symptoms of things like paralysis and muscle weakness. Read more
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WHAT IS PERIODIC PARALYSIS?

Periodic Paralysis is a group of disorders whereby patients become temporarily paralyzed due to triggers such as rest after exercise or certain foods. These disorders are part of a broader class of disorders called ion channelopathies, in which a genetic defect in a muscle ion channel results in symptoms of episodic stiffness or weakness in response to certain triggers.
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