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Blog: Dopamine and VTA responsible for sleep/wake

From Sciencedaily.com, Stanford University School of Medicine scientists have identified a brain circuit that’s indispensable to the sleep-wake cycle. This new study shows that dopamine levels in […]

Blog: MIT Alum Invented Sleep Device to Help His Daughter

An engineer invented a sleep device to help his daughter with narcolepsy. Since she doesn’t tolerate the traditional narcolepsy medications well, her father came up with a […]

The Narcolepsy Education Toolbox

We are excited to present the Narcolepsy Education Toolbox with the partnership of Global Genes, a leading rare disease advocacy organization.  Read, download, print, and distribute any […]

Help Researchers Learn More About Narcolepsy

The Nexus Narcolepsy Registry is an effort by the narcolepsy research and advocacy communities in collaboration with Jazz Pharmaceuticals that will collect de-identified data from a large […]

Blog: Shorter Sleep Gene Identified

There are some out there who function perfectly on less sleep. Is it just good genes? Turns out, it might be! You may have wondered why some […]

Blog: Video from Kenya

Here’s an international video on narcolepsy, this one from Kenya. Recently, several members of the Narcolepsy Awareness group in Kenya visited the US and were able to […]

Blog: Video from China

Here’s a narcolepsy awareness video from China, thanks to the amazing Taylor Li. Wouldn’t it be cool if one day she could make a video telling people […]

Self-Management Techniques for Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

Check out this study published in the Journal of Sleep Disorders & Therapy. It is based on a survey that was developed by Lois E. Krahn and […]

Upcoming Support Group Meetings

Having the support of other people with narcolepsy is an important part of living well with narcolepsy. One of the best ways to get this support is […]

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