Recent Examples of narcolepsy from the Web
It is estimated that only 25% of people who have narcolepsy have been diagnosed and are receiving treatment.
This question is for Povs: What was your perception of narcolepsy before meeting Sarah?
Amphetamine is commonly used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy.
Those criteria are what sleep doctors use to determine a diagnosis between IH and narcolepsy.
Jazz, which became an Irish company after its merger with Azur Pharma in 2012, has a drug portfolio focused on narcolepsy and hematology.
Jazz Pharmaceuticals Plc’s Xyrem, for the sleep disorder narcolepsy, and suboxone, for opioid addiction, also carry such warnings about the potential for side effects or abuse.
Dreams, nightmares, sedatives, stimulants, narcolepsy, insomnia, post-traumatic stress disorder and even homelessness all come under his gaze.
In 2007, Flygare, then a 24-year-old law student, was diagnosed with narcolepsy with cataplexy, a neurological disorder that causes chronic sleepiness and, in her case, symptoms of brief episodes of muscle weakness triggered by strong emotions.
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Origin and Etymology of narcolepsy
First Known Use: 1880See Words from the same year
NARCOLEPSY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of narcolepsy for English Language Learners
medical : a medical condition in which someone suddenly falls into a deep sleep while talking, working, etc.
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