In a bizzare incident, a girl who slept off in April wakes up in June, after two months of sound sleep and doctors said that it's not koma but a rare neurological condition. Fifteen-year-old Stacey from Telford of London even lost her nine exams and a grand birthday celebration due to the sound sleep.
Named Klein Levin Syndrome or Sleeping Beauty Syndrome, this neurological disorder affects every one in 1000 and when affected one would at least sleep for 60 days continously and no one known when that night would come.
Stacy saod she was planning to go back to the part time school. After a long sleep, she now feels bad that she not only lost her exams but even her birthday.