Narcolepsy Jokes.

Narcolepsy Jokes.

Narcolepsy affects about 1 in 2,000 people, and is thought to be a genetic disorder. Most people experience their first symptoms between the ages of 10 and 25.


It is a lifelong condition, but narcoleptics who make certain lifestyle changes and seek medical help can reduce symptoms, improve alertness and enjoy a full and active life.

Narcolepsy is a very serious condition and should not be joked about.I discovered a number of narcolepsy joke videos on the web.Personally i feel they should be banned.Take a look for yourself.





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