Today is World Narcolepsy Day

The difficulty in being diagnosed with this rare disease is why so many people go undiagnosed for many year’s. I believe that not only should doctor’s receive training in sleep disorders, teacher’s should too! If a teacher was aware of what to look for, they may be able to help a student to get diagnosedContinue reading “Today is World Narcolepsy Day”

Hypnagogic Hallucinations

The festive season is now behind us and I am sure that I am not the only one glad to have seen 2020 come to an end. The pandemic has had a devastating impact globally, but it has also had some positive outcomes especially where receiving health care is concerned. The introduction of phone appointmentsContinue reading “Hypnagogic Hallucinations”

Raising Awareness Interview

On the lead up to this years World Narcolepsy Day, I was invited to be interviewed to discuss narcolepsy by Jo from my local community radio station PBAFM. Jo has a weekly program called The Kitchen Table, and every week she and her co host Pete chat with a variety of people about subjects thatContinue reading “Raising Awareness Interview”

Raising Awareness

<p id="RaisingAwareness" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">Today I will be joining "<a href="https://www.pbafm.org.au/shows/the-kitchen-table/">The Kitchen Table</a>" at 1.30pm (SA time) to discuss narcolepsy to help to raise awareness of this chronic neurological condition. Tune in to <a href="https://radioau.net/pba-fm/">PBAFM</a&gt; 89.7 FM to hear the interview.Today I will be joining “The Kitchen Table” at 1.30pm (SA time) toContinue reading “Raising Awareness”