Thank you for sharing your experiences with us. I am sorry to hear CPAP was not a viable option for you, but I am cheered by your positive message "Don't give up until you've tried everything." I second that!
Thank you so much for posting and sharing what worked for you. It sounds like you're succeeding in every aspect of your life, and making improvements to your health that are already rewarding you in many ways.
I hope others find your story as inspiring as I did.
Thank you for that great advice. You definitely should see a sleep expert and get checked out if you think you may have a sleep disorder. Here is some information on Narcolepsy Symptoms for anyone who is interested.
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