Hi my name is Ellen. I am 33 years old and new here. I have a few questions about symptoms of Narcolepsy and your own personal experiences with it. Is Narcolepsy something that comes and goes? Can it happen to you for a few months and then not at all for another few months or more? Also, I have sleep paralysis more than any other part of this condition. Does that mean maybe I have a different sleep disorder? How may of you are plagued with sleep paralysis? And I don't like to take anything that wakes me up, like coffee, because of anxiety and jitterness. Is there something else that can be prescribed to me other than a stimulant. Especially since it's not something I deal with every day. I have a combination of sleep disorders where I can have trouble sleeping, waking up constantly, violent nightmares(sometimes acted out by thrashing around), talking in my sleep and so on. Is it possible to have Narcolepsy and other sleep disorders too? I would appreciate any advise or others shared experiences. Thank you, Ellen
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