A Neurology Consultant case report describes an interesting case in which a patient presented with symptoms mimicking those of other sleep disorders but in whom narcolepsy was ultimately diagnosed and confirmed with the results of an MSLT.

A 35-year-old man presented to the clinic with chief concerns of excessive daytime sleepiness and profound tiredness. He works as a physical trainer and had a strong, healthy build with no medical issues. He lives with his wife and 3 children, one of whom is a newborn, and he reported that he often takes care of the children and house due to his spouse’s work schedule.