What is exaggerated startle response?

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Exaggerated startle response has been linked to genes found in a rare disorder called startle disease or hyperekplexia. This has been found by researches in the United Kingdom. Exaggerated startle response may cause falls and death. Individuals with startle disease have an 'exaggerated startle reflux in response to noise and touch, followed by muscle stiffness, which can cause breathing problems and even sudden infant death syndrome.' This condition is seen at birth and the symptoms typically disappear after the first year of life, but sometimes they can still be present in adulthood.
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