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Oh! Yes! It is one of the dyssomnias. The term narcolepsy derives from the French word narcolepsie
created in 1880 by the French physician
Jean-Baptiste-Édouard Gélineau (1859-1928)
by combining the Greek narke numbness,
lepsis attack, seizure.
A narcoleptic may also sleep at any random time.