How to avoid drowsy driving for people with narcolepsy?
For people with narcolepsy, the danger of drowsy driving is a perennial threat. Treatment is the key to people with narcolepsy driving safely. People with narcolepsy usually take a combination of stimulants and antidepressants to combat daytime sleepiness. There are also a few things to remember:
- Nap for 15 to 20 minutes before driving.
- Do not take long drives that require stops.
- Pull over if sleepy.
- Avoid driving alone.
- Have emergency medication on hand.
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