Narcolepsy Mum

Claire Metters from Newboro Terrace, Conwy, has narcolepsy, and has to schedule naps during the day so she can stay awake to look after her daughters Lucie, seven, and Aimee, 12. Meet the mum-of-two who has fallen asleep next to loud speakers, on the back of a moped and even on the bus while holding her child. Claire Metters, 38, from Devon, suffers with narcolepsy and has a daily battle against her body to stay awake for her children.

Claire Metters from Newboro Terrace, Conwy, has narcolepsy,  and has to schedule naps during the day so she can stay awake to look after her daughters Lucie, seven, and Aimee, 12. Meet the mum-of-two who has fallen asleep next to loud speakers, on the back of a moped and even on the bus while holding her child. Claire Metters, 38, from Devon, suffers with narcolepsy and has a daily battle against her body to stay awake for her children.

Claire Metters from Newboro Terrace, Conwy, has narcolepsy,  and has to schedule naps during the day so she can stay awake to look after her daughters Lucie, seven, and Aimee, 12. Meet the mum-of-two who has fallen asleep next to loud speakers, on the back of a moped and even on the bus while holding her child. Claire Metters, 38, from Devon, suffers with narcolepsy and has a daily battle against her body to stay awake for her children.

Claire Metters from Newboro Terrace, Conwy, has narcolepsy,  and has to schedule naps during the day so she can stay awake to look after her daughters Lucie, seven, and Aimee, 12. Meet the mum-of-two who has fallen asleep next to loud speakers, on the back of a moped and even on the bus while holding her child. Claire Metters, 38, from Devon, suffers with narcolepsy and has a daily battle against her body to stay awake for her children.

Claire Metters from Newboro Terrace, Conwy, has narcolepsy,  and has to schedule naps during the day so she can stay awake to look after her daughters Lucie, seven, and Aimee, 12. Meet the mum-of-two who has fallen asleep next to loud speakers, on the back of a moped and even on the bus while holding her child. Claire Metters, 38, from Devon, suffers with narcolepsy and has a daily battle against her body to stay awake for her children.