Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

One Woman’s Story of Living with Narcolepsy

She wants other people living with narcolepsy to know that they are not alone

Photo by Yannis Papanastasopoulos on Unsplash

“In 1979, fresh out of high school living in Atlanta, I was ready to start my life,” says Paula. “Going to school full time, working part-time, and enjoying a full social life, I never felt there was anything wrong with sleeping every moment I could. It was even…

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Kayla Dhankhar

Kayla Dhankhar

Life Coach, author, lifelong learner, travel enthusiast, narcolepsy advocate, living in Germany www.kayladhankhar.com and www.kaylamdouglas.com

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