Our aim is to make this the “go to” place for narcolepsy information. Use the filters to find everything you need.
How common narcolepsy is, who it affects, and when it occurs
Assess how likely you are to fall asleep in everyday situations - the first step to a diagnosis.
Centres around the UK with specialist experience of sleep disorders, including narcolepsy.
Having narcolepsy may expose you to hazards that do not apply to other people. With that in mind, protect yourself by taking simple precautions.
If you suffer from narcolepsy, going on holiday may present difficulties that simply do not occur for other people.
Narcolepsy UK’s activities are focused on the United Kingdom. Similar organisations exist in other parts of the world.
The emotional impact of narcolepsy: frustration, anger and irritation can be difficult to deal with.
If you have narcolepsy and are pregnant, you will need to ensure that the healthcare professionals you come into contact with are as well informed as possible about your condition and your medication.
This resource page has a number of poster designs that can be downloaded and printed for display.
Please note the posters are free to distribute but remain the intellectual property of Narcolepsy UK and cannot be amended or altered without permission.
PDF copies of our basic information leaflets
Narcolepsy UK exists for the benefit, relief and aid of persons suffering from narcolepsy.
Find out more about the history, management and financials of the charity here.
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