STILL IN A FOG ABOUT NARCOLEPSY?

Understand which type of narcolepsy you have.

  • Narcolepsy type 1 includes the symptom of cataplexy, while narcolepsy type 2 does not include cataplexy. Everyone with narcolepsy has excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS).
  • Cataplexy can be subtle, and many patients may not realize they have it.
  • Take the Swiss Narcolepsy Scale (SNS), which can help determine if you may have narcolepsy type 1, and share the results with your sleep specialist.

Understand your narcolepsy treatment options.

  • If you've been diagnosed with narcolepsy and feel excessively sleepy during the day, talk to your doctor about treatment options.
  • Take the Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS), even if you've taken it before, and share the results with your sleep specialist.


The Swiss Narcolepsy Scale can help you and your sleep specialist find out if you may have narcolepsy type 1.

TAKE THE SNS


The Epworth Sleepiness Scale can help you and your sleep specialist measure your current level of daytime sleepiness.

Take the ESS

DO MORE THAN STRUGGLE WITH YOUR SYMPTOMS.

The symptoms of narcolepsy can change over time. Talk to your sleep specialist to make sure you have the right diagnosis, learn about your treatment options, and help yourself out of the fog.
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