i am watching tv at 3:00 on my bed and a reminder of a show i want to want to watch at 3:30 is to come on at 3:29. next thing i know i am waking up at 4:45 not knowing what happend. i look at the tv and the 3:29 tv show reminder has been sitting there and my tv show is off.
More than 50% of people with narcolepsy experience periods of memory lapse or BLACKOUTS caused by very short periods of sleep called microsleeps. Microsleeps are not unique to people with narcolepsy, and they can be experienced by anyone who is severely sleep deprived. They are periods of sleep that last only a few seconds, and usually are not noticed. During such episodes, a person may get lost while walking or driving, write or speak nonsense, misplace objects, or bump into things. Later in the course of narcolepsy, a person also can develop insomnia (difficulty sleeping) during normal sleeping hours.
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