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Narcolepsy – Conclusion

Narcolepsy – Conclusion

Narcolepsy – Conclusion
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So in conclusion, treatment can include good sleep hygiene, scheduled naps throughout the day to give energy. And also medications, medications we use are stimulants and also sometimes accessorize to help suppress REM sleep and even help with mood. And finally, sometimes sodium oxivate or Xyrem. The good news is that with treatment narcoleptics can have a great improvement in their daytime energy and function so much better.

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  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

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Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine