The term “magic tunnel syndrome” refers to a condition where a tunnel between two different parts of the brain becomes too close to one another and can be hard to close.

The condition occurs when the brain gets separated from the body, which can cause the tunnel to become too narrow.

According to the World Health Organization, “magic tunnels” are those that are not used by people for their own benefit, such as for long walks or for recreational purposes.

A recent study found that around 40 percent of people with the condition have experienced at least one incident of the condition, with around 10 percent of patients experiencing a tunnel obstruction.

The cause of magic tunnel syndrome is not known, but research suggests it is caused by a lack of proper drainage of the body from the brain.

According the study, one key factor that leads to this condition is a lack, or a deficiency, in the fluid that fills the brain, which results in fluid leaking into the tunnel.

The tunnel is then not close enough to one’s body, so the brain can’t get the necessary nutrients from the fluid.

This means that the brain’s fluid needs to be pumped from the bloodstream to the tunnel, which leads to the body’s fluid being drawn out, and the tunnel is hard to open.

When the brain loses its ability to maintain fluid flow, the condition becomes a danger to the person, according to the study.

While magic tunnel syndromes are rare, it’s not unheard of for people to experience them.

According a 2013 study, about 25 percent of children aged three to 18 in the U.S. experience a tunnel syndrome at some point in their lives.

While this may not sound like much, the researchers found that between 40 and 70 percent of the people who experienced a tunnel condition had experienced a mental health disorder.

The study concluded that a lack in fluid flow in the brain may be one of the main factors contributing to the condition.