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There are some people who radiate positivity and manage to have an upbeat attitude even when they have many reasons not to. Read more
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
PASSIONATE. That's the word people use to describe Monica. When it comes to people like her, she says, "We don't have a limit; we have an obstacle that we just need to get past" Read more
As we continue to share our Facts that Give Back each week, we would love to share all the creative ways that everyone is giving back to their community and themselves too. Read more
It's week two of sharing our 5 Facts That Give Back. These aren't just statistics. The facts we're sharing come from real people who are living with Periodic Paralysis every day. Read more
The Periodic Paralysis Association Celebrates GivingTuesday with our "Facts That Give Back" Awareness Campaign. Read more
We're so excited to join the #GivingTuesday movement by sharing 5 Facts That Give Back every Tuesday in November. Read more
This holiday season it's our mission is to help you find the support you're looking for so you can enjoy life's precious moments. Read more

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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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
The PPA is excited to announce that we have posted two new and important articles in our library. Read more

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