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Suddenly Sleepy Saturday

Thank You for Raising Narcolepsy Awareness by Celebrating Suddenly Sleepy Saturday 2018!

Suddenly Sleepy Saturday, also known as Narcolepsy Awareness Day, was held on March 10, 2018. Suddenly Sleepy Saturday fell on the day before Americans turned their clocks ahead one hour for daylight savings time, a time when even those who do not have narcolepsy may experience sudden sleepiness or daytime drowsiness, just as people with narcolepsy do every day.

Narcolepsy Network invited you to get involved by requesting that your state’s governor issue a proclamation officially recognizing Suddenly Sleepy Saturday. We also urged you to make a request at the local level to your city mayor or county council. Click on the map to see what locations requested or granted a proclamation.

In 2018, supporters in 34 US states requested proclamations. Governors of 27 states approved the request and issued proclamations, so did mayors in ten US cities. With your help, we can bring narcolepsy awareness to all 50 states and beyond!

Thank you for raising narcolepsy awareness! Mark your calendars for March 9, 2019 for next year’s Suddenly Sleepy Saturday!

 

 

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