Henry Nicholls

author, “Sleepyhead: The Neuroscience of a Good Night’s Rest”

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Henry Nicholls has had narcolepsy for half his life. He says the condition is like being sleep deprived and overslept at the same time, and there is no cure.

Why narcolepsy is the most dysfunctional kind of sleep you can get

Henry Nicholls has had narcolepsy for half his life. He says the condition is like being sleep deprived and overslept at the same time, and there is no cure.

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