Debunking the Narcolepsy Myth: Narcolepsy Awareness Video #16

by julie on May 14, 2013

My latest video, “Debunking the Narcolepsy Myth” challenges perceptions of people with narcolepsy falling asleep in the middle of a conversation or while standing and educates about real symptoms.

Thanks for watching! Thank you to Alex Withrow for his expert video production.

Watch full video series

Watch Video #19: Riding the Waves of Narcolepsy – Waterskiing with Cataplexy
Watch Video #18: Unveiling my Narcolepsy Infographic
Watch Video #17: Excercise and Narcolepsy
Watch Video #15: Narcolepsy Chosen for FDA Initiative

Watch Video #14: Tips for Students with Narcolepsy

Watch Video #13: School Accommodations with Narcolepsy
Watch video #12: National Sleep Walk 2013
Watch video #11: Being Your Own Health Advocate 
Watch Video #10: Hypnagogic Hallucinations and Sleep Paralysis
Watch Video #9: Why I Wrote a Memoir: The Evolution of Wide Awake and Dreaming
Watch Video #8: Introduction to Wide Awake and Dreaming: Author’s Interview 
Watch Video #7: Talking about Narcolepsy during the Holidays
Watch Video #6: How Do I Handle Narcolepsy Diagnosis
Watch Video #5: Communicating about Cataplexy
Watch Video #4: What is Cataplexy?
Watch Video #3: Communicating Invisible Symptoms
Watch Video #2: Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
Watch Video #1: Introduction to Narcolepsy 

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Sandy May 14, 2013 at 1:54 pm

I just got your book. I wanted to better understand what my 13 year old son was going through and what to expect in the future. Thank you for sharing your story. It is increadibly written. Great book.

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julie May 14, 2013 at 2:21 pm

Thank you Sandy. I’m so glad my book can help you to better understand your son’s experience. With gratitude, Julie

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Alex Withrow May 22, 2013 at 7:51 pm

I think it is so very important to debunk the myth that often clouds narcolepsy. Great information here Julie, for PWN and the general public as well!

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julie May 22, 2013 at 11:02 pm

Thank you so much, Alex. Your support means so much to me.

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