Narcoleptic Librarian Dancing on a Treadmill





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Published on Aug 13, 2012

Five years ago I went on gluten-free diet and my narcolepsy went into remission.
I have now had five years of drug-free, doctor-free relief of my symptoms.

I've been writing about it ever since.   I have done tons of research and have dozens of reports of similar experiences from other narcoleptics.   Nevertheless, people ask me pretty often if I really do feel and think better.  So, this year I decided to do something a little different in celebration of the anniversary.
I decided that instead of writing about it, I would show you.

This is what it feels like to me:   It makes me feel like dancing.
It makes me feel like dancing with the whole world. 
So that's what I did.

If you have Narcolepsy and are interested in this idea, please visit my website.  www.zombieinstitute.net
Even if you don't want to try the diet, I have tons of information on Orexin that you probably should know a little about. Orexin depletion is strongly associated with obesity and major depressive disorder and this technique seems to alleviate those symptoms too.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy my video.
Sorry about the noise, there were lots of machines on while I recorded... 

And Thanks again to Matt for inspiring all of us.   His video is here:

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    • Trip The Light
  • Artist

    • Garry Schyman
  • Album

    • Where The Hell is Matt?
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    • HAAWK for a 3rd Party (on behalf of Garry Schyman); HAAWK Publishing, and 7 Music Rights Societies


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