Are you drowsy during the day — no matter how much sleep you get?
Do you sometimes fall asleep at inappropriate times —during meals, at meetings, or in conversation with friends?
Do you have vivid dreams as you fall asleep —and during naps?
Have you ever awakened “paralyzed” —unable to move for 10 to 20 seconds, or until someone touches you?
Have you ever felt weak in the knees, especially when laughing, angry, or surprised?
If you answer yes two or more of these questions, you may suffer from a debilitating, and easily treated, sleep disorder called narcolepsy.
For more information on the symptoms and treatment of narcolepsy, click for the Signs of Narcolepsy.
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