There is no definite cure for narcolepsy but treatment can make a big difference. Management usually requires medication but strategies for coping can also help. Medication varies according to the symptom that needs to be controlled.
Neuromodulation is a treatment that involves using electrical stimulation to alter nerve activity. It involves implanting an electrical device, similar to a pacemaker, in the body, which is connected to tiny electrical wires called electrodes. Electrical signals are sent through the electrodes to specific areas to alter nerve signals to the brain.
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