Sleep Awareness Week is coming up soon, April 23-29, and the slogan is “Sleep Better. Feel Better.” A great night’s sleep not only makes us feel better, but it also improves our health. We are here today to promote improved understanding of a rarely diagnosed, often misunderstood, serious neurological sleep disorder, known as idiopathic hypersomnia (IH). The hallmark symptom of IH is excessive daytime sleepiness, even with a full night’s slumber. This central disorder of hypersomnolence (CDH) negatively impacts patients’ lives, as they are often unable to function at work, at school, with machinery (e.g., driving), and in relationships. Join Catherine Page-Rye (Cat Rye), co-founder and a Board of Director of the Hypersomnia Foundation, as she educates us, raises awareness, and spreads hope across America and on a global scale about IH. Let’s get #BeyondSleepy!