35 years ago, Joan Moore yawned and ...

35 years ago, Joan Moore yawned and ... never closed her eyes again. So he spends every night, sitting in an armchair in a nightgown and waiting for dawn. The sleepless nightmare began in 1962 when she returned home from a busy day at the school where she worked as a teacher. She yawned sweetly and ... - I remember that evening forever, - says Joan. - I had a strange feeling as if I saw my deceased mother. I don’t know what happened next, but I couldn’t fall asleep. Over the years, doctors have written many reports on this amazing disease. They came to the conclusion that their patient was suffering from a very rare form of the disease - chronic colestitis. The disease affected part of the brain, which led to a complete loss of sleep. However, insomnia does not affect Joan's health, since the body can function with little or no sleep ...

Yakov Tseperovich, a resident of Minsk, suffers from a complete lack of sleep in our CIS. At the age of 26, he experienced clinical death: from drinking wine he felt so bad that he had to call an ambulance. Doctors brought Jacob back to life, but a completely different person: he felt tremendous physical strength, the temperature dropped to 34 degrees, and most importantly, he completely stopped sleeping: “I have such a state as if there is no time at all. I don’t feel the past years, it seems that life will go on forever. "

No abnormalities in Yakov's body (except for chronic colestitis, of course) were found. In 1997 he turned 43, but outwardly, as eyewitnesses show, he still looks 26. Time stood still for him ..