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Patient Handouts Page of Narcolepsy What is narcolepsy?Patient Handouts Page of Narcolepsy What is narcolepsy?
People with this disorder may fall asleep without any warning for several minutes or an hour at a time. They may have just a few sleep attacks, or many attacks in a single day. Narcolepsy
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Suddenly Sleepy Saturday a day for Narcolepsy Awareness whereasSuddenly Sleepy Saturday a day for Narcolepsy Awareness whereas
Whereas, Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological disorder caused by the brain’s inability to regulate sleep-wake cycles; and. Narcolepsy
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American alliance for healthy sleep narcolepsy fact sheetAmerican alliance for healthy sleep narcolepsy fact sheet
Statistics show that an estimated 200,000 Americans suffer from Narcolepsy. Less than 50,000 of the above mentioned 200,000 were properly diagnosed. Studies also show that of those suffering, 8 to 12% have a close relative with the diseas. Narcolepsy
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Narcolepsy and adjustments in the workplace What is narcolepsy?Narcolepsy and adjustments in the workplace What is narcolepsy?
People may also experience cataplexy, which is an episode of sudden loss of muscle tone commonly in association with intense emotion. A further symptom is automatic behaviour; this means a person continues an activity even though they have no recollection. Narcolepsy
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Excessive Daytime Somnolence S44 Excessive Daytime SomnolenceExcessive Daytime Somnolence S44 Excessive Daytime Somnolence
Excessive Daytime Somnolence (eds) abnormal sleepiness during normal waking hours. Narcolepsy
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Sleep Disorders Research Questionnaire -stanford University Center for Narcolepsy and Related DisordersSleep Disorders Research Questionnaire -stanford University Center for Narcolepsy and Related Disorders
Given this possibility, please imagine your situation either prior to treatment or after a lengthy cessation of treatment (after the rebound has run its course). Please call 650-721-7550 if you need assistance. Narcolepsy
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Dear [Teacher Name]Dear [Teacher Name]
I should be awake and when I should be asleep. I know I don't look different from other kids, and in many ways, I'm not, but my narcolepsy makes school harder for me than it is for most students. Narcolepsy
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Odyssey Sleep WorksOdyssey Sleep Works
A cure for narcolepsy has not yet been found, but most people with this disorder can lead nearly normal lives if the condition is properly treated. Narcolepsy
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Living with Narcolepsy and Cataplexy”Living with Narcolepsy and Cataplexy”
Narcolepsy is frequently seen as a humorous disorder in movies, however, living with this disorder is far from humorous. Narcolepsy
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This q & a article is from bdsra’s “Ask An Expert” Facebook Chat in the bdsra closed Facebook group for parents and caregivers. Narcolepsy
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Stanford Center for Narcolepsy Research Donor ProgramStanford Center for Narcolepsy Research Donor Program
Center or participate in various research protocols. Amongst the Center’s many notable achievements, cnr can claim the discovery of both the tight association between narcolepsy and dqb1*0602 gene and the relationship between hypocretin deficiency. Narcolepsy
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Effects of sleep deprivation…and narcolepsyEffects of sleep deprivation…and narcolepsy
Scientists still do not know why all living beings sleep. For humans, it is not only essential to mental and physical performance; but not getting enough may also weaken the immune system and may be a risk factor for problems such as type-ii diabetes. Narcolepsy
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