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The Story Of The Prince Who Has Been Sleeping In A Coma For Over 15 Years

More than 15 years have elapsed since the coma of Prince Al Waleed bin Khaled bin Talal, widely known as the "sleeping prince," was placed. 

After being involved in an automobile accident in 2005, the Sleeping Prince slipped into a coma. 

Rima Bint Talal, Saudi Arabia's princess, posted a video of her nephew on Tuesday, with the caption, "My beloved, may God continue to protect you, heal you, and restore you." 

Prince Al Waleed is shown plugged up to a life-support machine and draped with a Saudi green flag bearing the words "Our Country is in Our Hearts" in a video clip shared by princess Rima. 

It is comparable to deep sleep in that no amount of external stimuli (such as sounds or feelings) can cause the brain to awaken and become attentive. A coma is a medical emergency that requires immediate attention. 

Head injury, stroke, cardiac arrest, hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, hypothermia, drug overdose, and kidney or liver failure are only a few of the many potential reasons of sudden death. 

People who are in a persistent vegetative state have suffered permanent brain damage, particularly in the parts of the brain that are important for consciousness, self-awareness, and personality. 

Prior to his car accident, which has kept him in a coma for nearly 16 years, prince Al Waleed bin Khaled bin Talal was a successful business young man with ambitions. He is now 31 years old and is married to Princess Rania of Jordan, who is studying in London. 

To help Prince Al Waleed Bin Khaled Bin Talal awaken from his slumber, please offer some prayers for him as he continues to struggle for his very existence on this planet.

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