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SLEEPING BEAUTY MUM TO BE

A mum-to-be with a rare brain disorder fears she could SNOOZE through most of her pregnancy as her condition means she can fall asleep for WEEKS at a time. Six months pregnant Nathalie Hoyland suffers from the rare neurological condition Kleine-Levin syndrome (KLS) which is characterised by prolonged and uncontrollable bouts of sleep. Also known as Sleeping Beauty Syndrome, sufferers of KLS - which can take hold without warning - sleep around 20 hours a day when in the grips of an episode.

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