AHC is a genetic congenital neurological disease with symptoms displaying as early as birth and as a rule before the age of 18 months. The cardinal symptoms are episodes of one-sided paralysis that last minutes, hours or days that often subside with sleep, and episodes of total body paralysis and stiffening of different parts or all the body that also last minutes, hours or days. Development is delayed. Behavioral issues like impulsivity, short temper, difficulty with communication, poor concentration and learning problems often occur.

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