A teenager in Pennsylvania is making national headlines for a rare disorder that had her sleeping 64 days straight.
According to KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, 17-year-old Nicole Delien has a sleep disorder called Kleine-Levin syndrome.
She reportedly sleeps about 18 hours a day because of it and remains in a sleepwalking state if she does wake up to eat.
Her longest episode was 64 days, KDKA reported.
Delien has missed out on holidays and family trips, the report said.
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