There are so many narcolepsy blogs and vlogs where people track their Xyrem experience and I'm starting to understand why they all start out with such vim and vigor and trail off after a few months: it's because the person is waking up and living life! Instead of sleeping all day and blogging/vlogging in between,… Continue reading Xyrem Vol. 2
Narcolepsy, chronic illness, and mental illness suck. Below are some of the things that make my life easier, better, and more comfortable. These are great for narcolepsy/cataplexy and maybe good for other chronic illnesses, too? Comment below with your favorite products that we need to know about to live a more full life while battling… Continue reading Narcolepsy Product Guide
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and below is my number one tip for being helpful if your friend opens up to you about something: After showing your concern, ask your friend what their experience of whatever the label is that they tell you about. The people who know me and have seen my life… Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Tips
I'd like to welcome you to the very first #sleepawarenesssaturday! This is where I repost things I found on the internet, hold your face tenderly in my hands, and say lovingly "my dear, you might have a sleep disorder if...you experience this even after sleeping an average of at least 6 hours each night." Or you might just be a perfectly healthy cat.