Recently, I shared my story of narcolepsy with renowned women’s health advocate and EmpowHER founder, Michelle King Robson. EmpowHER is an award-winning social health company for women, providing visitors access to one of the largest women’s health and wellness content libraries on the web, as well as the largest online community of women discussing their [...]
Recently, I was a guest on Forward Motion with Karen Allyn (MCM Channel 21). Re-cap and fun photos here. The video is now online! Watch here or on YouTube. Thank you for checking out my interview! Big thanks to Karen Allyn and the Forward Motion team.
I’m thrilled to release my latest video exploring hypnagogic hallucinations and sleep paralysis – two symptoms of narcolepsy. Thanks for watching, come back soon for more. Big thanks to Alex Withrow for giving his time and pro video production skills to make this possible! Watch All on YouTube Watch Video #9: Why I Wrote a [...]
Here’s the video from the Discovery Channel’s recent Narcolepsy Program (my spotlight begins just after 16 minutes). I especially enjoyed Dr. Joseph Lieberman’s insight and the other patient, Kelly’s story. Narcolepsy: New Strategies for Diagnosis and Treatment will air on the Discovery Channel again on Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012 at 8 a.m. Download the podcast and [...]
This Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 8 a.m. (EST) - Discovery Channel airs Narcolepsy: New Strategies for Diagnosis and Treatment, featuring my story, along with a panel of experts and a second patient perspective. The program will air a second time on Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012 at 8 a.m. (EST). It was an honor to work [...]
The Summer 2012 edition of Community Magazine is out and hotter than ever! I really enjoyed writing the cover story and working with Caring Voice Coalition’s team – they are passionate about patients! Check out my feature narcolepsy article, “In Sickness and In Health” pg. 16-19: Open publication – Free publishing – More cvc Learn more [...]
I woke up and slowly climbed out of bed, still wrestling with sleep. A few minutes later, I woke again, much to my own surprise, still lying in bed. Strange, I thought, I remember just getting up. Had I not gotten out of bed a second ago? I couldn’t be sure. No [...]
With 16 days until the Marathon, I’ve decided to discuss an aspect of narcolepsy I’ve never discussed here on this blog. One evening in June of 2007, while sleeping overnight at my dad’s house, I awoke in the middle of the night to the repeated ringing of the doorbell. Hours earlier, I’d fallen asleep on [...]