Mia - help people better understand what it’s like living with narcolepsy
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Mia’s story

What Mia’s story shows is the fact that people with narcolepsy experience emotional and social difficulties from the uncontrollable sleep episodes, the extreme lack of energy and a variety of other possible symptoms. Narcolepsy studies have shown severe emotional and social dysfunction in all areas of life such as relationships, work and leisure activities. Other 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.

Worldwide Understanding

To help people better understand what it’s like living with narcolepsy It is important that we spread our message across the world.

So watch, like and share our stories and support the #LiftUsUp campaign.

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It takes a community

Getting and staying involved is the only way to personally affect the future of narcolepsy. No one is able to do it all. It takes a community! The only way to achieve our mutual goals is for every person affected by narcolepsy to be as involved as their time, talents and resources allow. We’re confident that you will identify at least one – and probably several – ways of getting and staying involved in our Narcolepsy Network.

Support Groups

Having the support of other people with narcolepsy is an important part of living well with narcolepsy. There’s a network of narcolepsy support groups all over the U.S. These groups provide an opportunity to share information, encouragement or just a laugh with others who truly understand your experiences with Narcolepsy.

When narcolepsy lets us down, understanding lifts us up.

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