Narcolepsy and Night Terrors • 2017 • episode "3/3" The Secrets of Sleep

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After 25 years of sleep attacks, Yvette has been diagnosed with narcolepsy. And Laura's horrifying night terrors keep her trapped in her bedroom. Can the sleep experts help?

The Secrets of Sleep • 2017 β€’ 3 episodes •

Nightmares and Sleepwalkers

Michael gets trapped in his own nightmares. Phil collapses whenever he has a strong emotion. Nancy sleepwalks her way into danger almost every night. Can the sleep gurus help?

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Trauma Panic and Snoring

Jess hasn't slept properly for 10 years, since she witnessed a traumatic accident. Mike wakes in a panic several times a night. Lisa suffers from epic snoring. Can the experts ease their troubles?

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Narcolepsy and Night Terrors

After 25 years of sleep attacks, Yvette has been diagnosed with narcolepsy. And Laura's horrifying night terrors keep her trapped in her bedroom. Can the sleep experts help?

2017 • Health

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