Lift us up - Narcolepsy Network

My name
is Mo.
You would
call me crazy.

My name
is Gwen.
You would
call me Lazy.

My name
is Maria.
You would
call me Heartless.

#LiftUsUp campaign

This campaign, initiated by Narcolepsy Network, wants to raise awareness about Narcolepsy.

The symptoms of this incurable disorder include falling asleep unexpectedly, extreme sleepiness throughout the day, disrupted sleep during the night, sudden loss of muscle control, amnesia and even hallucinations.

But the impact of narcolepsy in daily life reaches far beyond these symptoms. To help people better understand what it’s like living with narcolepsy we started the #LiftUsUp campaign. By sharing personals stories and insights you support approximately 200,000 people who live with Narcolepsy in the United States of America.

So watch, like and share our stories…

My name is Mia.
You would
call me dull.

My name is Peter.
You would
call me irresponsible.

My name is Mo.
You would
call me crazy.

My name is Gwen.
You would
call me Lazy.

My name is Maria.
You would
call me Heartless.

Post your personal story >

When narcolepsy lets us down, understanding lifts us up.

#LiftUsUp by liking and sharing

We like to hear your story

By telling and sharing personal stories we help people better understand what it’s like living with Narcolepsy. By clicking on the button below and uploading your story and picture we will create your own personal story page. It’s easy, we love to hear from you.

My name is Stephanie.
You would
call me Lazy.

My name is Juanita.
You would
call me distant.

My name is Stacy.
You would
call me Unreliable.

My name is Joyce.
You would
call me Confused.

My name is Teara.
You would
call me Absent minded.

My name is Carrie.
You would
call me Unmotivated.

My name is Eelia the Warrior.
You would
call me An Idiot.

My name is Paula.
You would
call me tired.

My name is Lerethia.
You would
call me drowsy.

My name is Cheryl.
You would
call me lost.

My name is Amanda.
You would
call me weird.

My name is Christina.
You would
call me forgetful.

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