Narcolepsy Teacher

Meet the teacher who can’t tell pupils off for falling asleep in class because SHE struggles to keep her own eyes open. Secondary school teacher Jane Barlow suffers from a rare collapsing condition which means she could nod off at any point. Jane, 36, suffers from a side-effect of sleep disorder narcolepsy called cataplexy triggered by sudden emotions like shock, embarrassment or even laughter.

Meet the teacher who can't tell pupils off for falling asleep in class because SHE struggles to keep her own eyes open. Secondary school teacher Jane Barlow suffers from a rare collapsing condition which means she could nod off at any point. Jane, 36, suffers from a side-effect of sleep disorder narcolepsy called cataplexy triggered by sudden emotions like shock, embarrassment or even laughter.

Meet the teacher who can't tell pupils off for falling asleep in class because SHE struggles to keep her own eyes open. Secondary school teacher Jane Barlow suffers from a rare collapsing condition which means she could nod off at any point. Jane, 36, suffers from a side-effect of sleep disorder narcolepsy called cataplexy triggered by sudden emotions like shock, embarrassment or even laughter.

Meet the teacher who can't tell pupils off for falling asleep in class because SHE struggles to keep her own eyes open. Secondary school teacher Jane Barlow suffers from a rare collapsing condition which means she could nod off at any point. Jane, 36, suffers from a side-effect of sleep disorder narcolepsy called cataplexy triggered by sudden emotions like shock, embarrassment or even laughter.

Meet the teacher who can't tell pupils off for falling asleep in class because SHE struggles to keep her own eyes open. Secondary school teacher Jane Barlow suffers from a rare collapsing condition which means she could nod off at any point. Jane, 36, suffers from a side-effect of sleep disorder narcolepsy called cataplexy triggered by sudden emotions like shock, embarrassment or even laughter.