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Narcolepsy (cont.)

Support Groups and Counseling

If a person is diagnosed with narcolepsy, he or she can join a support group. By becoming a member of a support group, one gets emotional support from people who are having similar problems. It will alleviate isolation and the feeling that he or she is the only one with the condition.

The Narcolepsy Network can help locate a support group in one's area.

Narcolepsy Network Inc.
National Office
10921 Reed Hartman Hwy
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Tel: (513) 891-3522
Fax: (513) 891-3836
Email: narnet@aol.com

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 8/14/2014
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