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Christopher K: National Poetry Month Part 4

April is National Poetry Month! Project Sleep is proud to highlight poets and poetry from our community throughout the month of April. Curated by Ana Lara. See Full SeriesMeet the Poet: “My name is Christopher and I was diagnosed with type 2 narcolepsy a year into my university degree. I was depressed, and so tired…

Mikaylie Neptune: National Poetry Month Part 3

April is National Poetry Month! Project Sleep is proud to highlight poets and poetry from our community throughout the month of April. Curated by Ana Lara. See Full SeriesMeet the Poet: “My name is Mikaylie Neptune. I have lived in Austin, Texas my whole life and I’m currently a senior in high school. I was…

Sleep In 2021 Made World Peace with Sleep

Project Sleep’s Sleep In 2021 (#SleepIn2021) brought the sleep community together online to honor our needs for rest and recovery. The seventh annual Sleep In event took place from March 12-14, 2021. Participants were encouraged to prioritize sleep, rest, and self care while fundraising for Project Sleep. During Sleep In 2021, over 160 participants raised…

New Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story: Meet Alexa in Mexico!

We are used to seeing stories of perfect lives on Instagram or TikTok… I wondered, could I ever be ‘enough’ despite having narcolepsy?” — Alexa Cuevas, RVN Writer Our Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing live broadcast series continued on April 11, 2021 with new storyteller Alexa Cuevas! Alexa joined us from Mexico to share…

Lauren Thomas: Celebrating National Poetry Month Part 2

For National Poetry Month this April, Project Sleep is highlighting poets and poetry from our community. Launched by the Academy of American Poets in 1996, National Poetry Month reminds the public that poets have an integral role to play in our culture and that poetry matters. Curated by Ana Lara. See Full Series Meet the…

TeeSpeaks: Celebrating National Poetry Month Part 1

For National Poetry Month this April, Project Sleep is highlighting poets and poetry from our community. Launched by the Academy of American Poets in 1996, National Poetry Month reminds the public that poets have an integral role to play in our culture and that poetry matters. Curated by Ana Lara. See Full Series Meet the…

Dr. Terra Ziporyn Snider: Women’s History Month Sleep Leaders Part 4

March is Women’s History Month! Project Sleep is proud to celebrate the vital role of women in the sleep community through a series of feature profiles. Written by Anna Marr. Graphics by Eleanor Wales. See Full Series Meet Dr. Terra Ziporyn Snider! Terra Ziporyn Snider, PhD is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Start School…

Take the Narcolepsy and IH Social Support Survey Today

UPDATE: As of April 12, 2021, this survey is now closed. Thank you for all those who participated, we cannot wait to review your input and look for better ways to address your social experiences and unmet needs. Please look for future posts on further updates! Your Voice Matters! Project Sleep is conducting a survey…

Narcolepsy Nerd Alert: Narcolepsy & Brain Fog

Having issues with concentration and memory? You’re not alone. In this Narcolepsy Nerd Alert live event,  we explore brain fog, automatic behavior, and micro-sleeps with our featured panelists and audience members. Watch Video and Download Toolkit VideoToolkitVideoToolkitNarcolepsy & Brain Fog Toolkit coming soon! Narcolepsy Nerd Alert toolkits accompany each broadcast. The toolkits are designed for…

Dr. Gina Poe: Women’s History Month Sleep Leaders Part 3

March is Women’s History Month! Project Sleep is proud to celebrate the vital role of women in the sleep community through a series of feature profiles. Written by Anna Marr. Graphics by Eleanor Wales. See Full Series Meet Dr. Gina Poe! Gina Poe, PhD, is a professor at UCLA, where she runs her lab in the…
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