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* 1. Rate the effectiveness of Xyrem/Sodium Oxybate in improving wakefulness the next day (if applicable).

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* 2. Rate the effectiveness of Modafinil/Provigil

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* 3. Rate the effectiveness of dexamphetamine (sulphate)

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* 4. Rate the effectiveness of methylphenidate

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* 5. Rate the effectiveness of clomipramine

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* 6. Rate the effectiveness of pitolisant in improving wakefulness.

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* 7. Rate the effectiveness of fluoxetine and/or venlafaxine (e.g.extremely/very/moderately/not really/not at all)? Please state which one(s) you are answering for in the comment box and detail any changes you noticed in the symptoms of your narcolepsy (ie. cataplexy)

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* 8. The NHS website suggest 'non-medical' changes you can make to your lifestyle to reduce the symptoms of narcolepsy. These include:
- "Frequent, brief naps"
- "Strict bedtime routine"
- "Relaxing before going to bed (e.g. having a warm bath)"
Have you tried any of these simple changes and what was the impact on the symptoms of your narcolepsy?

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* 9. The NHS website also suggests:
- "Ensuring you have a good sleeping environment"
- "Avoiding caffeine, alcohol and smoking before bed"
- "Not exercising too close to bedtime (at least 2 hours between finishing exercise and going to bed)
- "Not eating large, heavy meals before going to bed"
Have you tried any of these changes and if so, how did it affect your narcolepsy?

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* 10. Exercising has been found by some to increase energy levels and alleviate symptoms of narcolepsy. Please state, if possible, how you have found exercise useful/useless in regard to its affect on your narcolepsy.

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