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Narcolepsy 911

This website provides general information, including links to third party articles, postings and other resources, about narcolepsy and related conditions and is not intended as medical advice or any other type of advice for any particular person.

1) Medications Commonly Used in the Treatment of Narcolepsy and Cataplexy:

Adderall  (mixed amphetamine salts):

Effexor  (venlafaxine HCl):

Methylphenidate:  METHYLPHENIDATE+-+ORAL.aspx?drugid=12114&drugname=methylphenidate+Oral

Nuvigil  (armodafinil):

Provigil  (modafinil):

Strattera (Atomoxetine HCl):

Xyrem  (Sodium Oxybate):

2) Practice Parameters for the Treatment of Narcolepsy and Cataplexy:

3)  For general information about narcolepsy:

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