Narcolepsy Resources, Support and References
Narcolepsy Support Groups
Narcolepsy can be a lifetime condition. A narcoleptic should learn how to cope with this distressing condition throughout their entire life, and online support groups can inspire them and help them learn to better understand and accept their condition while learning good coping mechanisms.
Narcolepsy – A Sleep Disorder
This is an online site that is dedicated to individuals experiencing the symptoms of narcolepsy with message boards and forums to talk about the condition.
Narcolepsy Support Group
This is an online site devoted to providing information about the condition of narcolepsy with chat boards and loads of helpful research news and treatment updates on narcolepsy.
This is an online support group intended for narcoleptics, their families and friends.
Our Experiences with Narcolepsy
This online support website for narcolepsy provides the chance for the members to share their experiences, symptoms and everyday life with narcolepsy.
Narcolepsy – Support
This is an online support group for individuals with narcolepsy and other sleeping disorders.
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