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Join Wake Up Narcolepsy for our Sleep Week Campaign March 6-13th to raise awareness for Narcolepsy. 

This year, we’re excited to share new insights into the life of people with Narcolepsy (PWN). Based on research originally gathered for the Unite Narcolepsy initiative, these findings underscore the ongoing disease burden and medical impacts faced by with PWN.

Approximately 1 in 2,000 people suffers from Narcolepsy, a lifelong condition characterized by exhausting, excessive daytime sleepiness. Currently, there is no cure for Narcolepsy, only treatment and medication options. Wake Up Narcolepsy is dedicated to funding Narcolepsy research to help understand the causes, improve treatment and ultimately find a cure.

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Join us on social media to promote new Narcolepsy insights. We’ll post one new insight every day on social media.

Every day during Sleep Week, Wake Up Narcolepsy will post an alarming insight on social media. Share our alarming insights to help spread awareness to all of your friends and help us inform people about the true facts of Narcolepsy.

Click on any new alarming insight below to download the image.

Change Your Social Media Profile Picture

Help us make a profile picture takeover! Show your support for Narcolepsy with our alarm clock profile picture.

Download the image from our Facebook page or from the images provided below.

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Show your support for Narcolepsy.

Learn more about Narcolepsy symptoms, find a physician, make a donation or sign up for our email newsletter with the form to the top-right of the page.

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Follow us on social media.

If you haven’t already, Like and Follow Wake Up Narcolepsy on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and YouTube using the links above.

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Hold a Narcolepsy Goes to School event in your hometown!

Hold an event at your local school to help educate teachers, counselors and administrators on how to recognize the symptoms of Narcolepsy, and also support students with Narcolepsy throughout their education.

Download printables and find resources here.