Disney Associated Narcolepsy Grievance (DANG)
Disney Associated Narcolepsy Grievance affects children worldwide upon their visit to Di$ney World or other Di$ney franchise theme parks.
Epidemiology: DANG usually affects the youngest sibling in a family who is often forced to come along, thereby missing critical naps that maintain their good humor and well-being. There is no gender predilection, and DANG is more likely in families where sleep affinity (and ability to sleep in stark conditions like sitting up at 90 degrees on a wrought-iron chair) runs high. (See: The Sleep Gene.)
Pathophysiology: The combination of extreme stimulation (e.g. It's a Small World five times in row since Peter Pan's Flying Adventure was apparently too dark and scary and there were Fast Pass tickets to burn) and lack of naps and the abundance of many abnormally happy "Disney castmembers" leads to the inevitable.
Therapeutic interventions: None, DANG is self-limited and gradually reverses with removal of offending stimuli.
Special public health advisory: Despite the relatively benign self-limited course of DANG, it unfortunately can, in certain severe cases, spread beyond the index case. The best defense is to be prepared for a group narcoleptic event.