Phone Ringing Cataplexy

Most people love being surprised, but not Caitlin Wallace who collapses whenever something unexpected happens – like her phone ringing. That’s because she suffers from a bizarre condition called cataplexy, where moments of extreme emotion cause muscular weakness. This can range from a slackening of the facial muscles, weakness at the knees to total collapse. Laughter, anger, excitement and fear can all cause reactions, but for Caitlin her trigger is surprise.

Most people love being surprised, but not Caitlin Wallace who collapses whenever something unexpected happens - like her phone ringing. That's because she suffers from a bizarre condition called cataplexy, where moments of extreme emotion cause muscular weakness. This can range from a slackening of the facial muscles, weakness at the knees to total collapse. Laughter, anger, excitement and fear can all cause reactions, but for Caitlin her trigger is surprise.

Most people love being surprised, but not Caitlin Wallace who collapses whenever something unexpected happens - like her phone ringing. That's because she suffers from a bizarre condition called cataplexy, where moments of extreme emotion cause muscular weakness. This can range from a slackening of the facial muscles, weakness at the knees to total collapse. Laughter, anger, excitement and fear can all cause reactions, but for Caitlin her trigger is surprise.

Most people love being surprised, but not Caitlin Wallace who collapses whenever something unexpected happens - like her phone ringing. That's because she suffers from a bizarre condition called cataplexy, where moments of extreme emotion cause muscular weakness. This can range from a slackening of the facial muscles, weakness at the knees to total collapse. Laughter, anger, excitement and fear can all cause reactions, but for Caitlin her trigger is surprise.

Most people love being surprised, but not Caitlin Wallace who collapses whenever something unexpected happens - like her phone ringing. That's because she suffers from a bizarre condition called cataplexy, where moments of extreme emotion cause muscular weakness. This can range from a slackening of the facial muscles, weakness at the knees to total collapse. Laughter, anger, excitement and fear can all cause reactions, but for Caitlin her trigger is surprise.