National Sleep Awareness Week | March 6-13 | #beyondsleepy


During National Sleep Awareness Week, which begins this coming Monday the Hypersomnia Foundation would like to feature your stories and your experiences as a person with idiopathic hypersomnia.

We want to showcase how idiopathic hypersomnia affects your life in ways other than simply sleepiness. Share your stories and experiences by sending us a message on Facebook with a tweet-long version (140 characters) of what it means to you to be ‪#beyondsleepy, or send us a link to a personal vine video. Then check back next week to read and share these stories!


Change your profile picture for National Sleep Awareness Week
and let the world know you are ‪#beyondsleepy.

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