Sleep Health Event

Narcolepsy Julie Flygare Hoag Sleep Symposium 2017

I’m so excited to give my narcolepsy presentation this Saturday, March 25, 2017, at Hoag Neurosciences Institute’s Sleep Symposium in Irvine, CA. The event is FREE and open to the public, register here to save your spot! The event kicks of at 9:00 a.m. in the Hoag Hospital Irvine Auditorium. I speak from 10:45 – 11:30 a.m. and I’ll be […]

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One of the best parts of the Griffith Park Trial Marathon took place about 10 days BEFORE the race. Arriving home from work one night around 8:00 p.m., I was totally drained and wanted to call it a night, but I had to go running. Ugh. I’d run over 270 miles in four months, and only had […]

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Weekend Plans? Sleep In to Raise Awareness!

by julie on March 10, 2017

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After running Griffith Park Trail Marathon last weekend, I couldn’t be any more excited for Sleep In 2017 (#SleepIn2017) this weekend! Please join me by staying in bed for 12-48 hours to raise awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders. Yep, you heard me right… The challenge is to REST and SLEEP. Register here and invite your friends and family to […]

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I received the following comment on my recent blog post and wanted to respond here. ************ Dear N. Leptic, Thank you for taking an interest in learning more about my experience with narcolepsy. First of all, I am so sorry to hear about your challenging experience with narcolepsy. It sounds like you are facing some very real and significant […]

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This Monday, August 8, my presentation, “I Have Narcolepsy. Do You?” will air to tens of thousands of online viewers as part of the Sleep Success Summit. Register for free today. The Sleep Success Summit is a free online event (August 8-15), featuring over 30 experts discussing a wide range of sleep health and sleep disorder topics. With tens of thousands of viewers expected […]

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On Sept. 1 – 3, I had the extraordinary opportunity to speak at UCLA Medical school three nights in a row, sharing my inspiring narcolepsy journey with 120 first-year medical students and a dozen faculty members. The first-year students were just days into their medical education – energetic and eager to learn! I spoke as part of the students’ required […]

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My nap room at work

In December 2014, our office moved from Downtown Los Angeles to Irwindale, CA. My commute went from 7 miles to 25 miles. At the same time, our office environment went from private offices to cubicles. To be fair – I was well informed about this before I signed up for the job. (Read Part I […]

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DALLAS, will you SLEEP WALK with me?

by julie on May 21, 2015

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I’m sooo excited to announce that I’ll be visiting Texas for SLEEP WALK DALLAS FORT WORTH on June 13, 2015. I can’t wait to raise sleep awareness with my DFW friends, plus I hear there’s face painting, prizes and a bounce house, so join us! IMPORTANT: Purchase t-shirt by Sunday, May 24th REGISTRATION: $5 in advance or at […]

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Happy Sleep Week, friends! This National Sleep Awareness Week, I can’t wait for Project Sleep’s first-ever international SLEEP IN (#SLEEPIN2015). On March 6-8, we will be taking to our beds to raise awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders while fundraising for Project Sleep. Let’s make PEACE with SLEEP! Sign up today: www.crowdrise.com/SLEEPIN Full details: www.project-sleep.com/sleepin I truly cannot […]

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Speaking at Current Concepts in Sleep Conference

by julie on September 10, 2014

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Over Labor Day weekend, I traveled to Tampa Bay, Florida to speak at the Current Concepts in Sleep Conference. Seeing tears in people’s eyes, I knew I’d opened their hearts to the REAL narcolepsy. It was an honor to present my journey to sleep doctors and technicians. Throughout the conference, Project Sleep was well-represented! Sleep […]

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