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  • How much do you really know about insomnia?

    Mar 11 2019...
    Monday, March 11, 2019, is the sixth annual Insomnia Awareness Day. The word “insomnia” gets tossed around a lot. There’s even a brand of cookies named after it! But insomnia isn’t just being tired after a night of poor sleep or tossing and turning in bed. READ MORE>>
  • Drowsy driving in teens

    Feb 05 2019...
    Sleep deprivation is common in teens and adults around the world. Among the many negative health and behavioral consequences of sleep deprivation, drowsy driving has the most immediate risk for serious injuries and death. READ MORE>>
  • Welltrinsic wants to help you achieve better sleep

    Dec 13 2018...
    As part of continuous efforts to raise awareness of sleep disorders and to promote healthy sleep, the AASM worked with sleep professionals to create Welltrinsic. READ MORE>>
  • Sleeping well in the age of stress

    Nov 09 2018...
    We wanted to find out more about the world of sleep and how it regenerates our bodies, as well as the common causes of sleep deprivation and available treatment options. So we spoke to a leading expert in the field of sleep medicine. READ MORE>>
  • Sleep to feel well: Sleep and mood in teens

    Oct 05 2018...
    My freshman year of high school was devastating. In 2016, seven students in the Ann Arbor school district lost their lives. These teens died of various causes, but it appears that several of them battled depression. READ MORE>>
  • AAHS launches access to care awareness campaign and survey

    Sep 10 2018...
    As part of the new “Access to Information…Access to Care” awareness campaign, the American Alliance for Healthy Sleep invites you to complete the Access to Care survey. READ MORE>>
  • AASM exhibits at the USA Science and Engineering Festival

    Aug 29 2018...
    In April the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) took part as an exhibitor at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, DC. The festival is the largest conference of its kind promoting and celebrating science and technology in the United States. It hosted more than 350,000 attendees including students, educators, and the public. READ MORE>>
  • Treating nightmare disorder in adults

    Jun 25 2018...
    While nightmares occur frequently in children, they can be a problem for adults too. It’s common to have nightmares every once in a while, but if you suffer from nightmare disorder, you may have repeated occurrences of nightmares that cause distress or impairment. READ MORE>>
  • Snoozby and the Great Big Bedtime Battle: Book review

    Jan 23 2018...
    Sam thinks he is the ultimate sleep fighter, that is, until his buddy Snoozby teaches him about the value of a good night’s rest. Snoozby and the Great Big Bedtime Battle by Terry Cralle, RN and W. David Brown, PhD, is the first book in the Snoozby sleep series.

    The story is centered around 8-year-old Sam and his trusty friend, Snoozby the pillow. At bedtime Sam ignores Snoozby and stays awake much too late. He quickly learns that sleep deprivation is no fun at all. READ MORE>>
  • American Alliance for Healthy Sleep seeks involvement from people with sleep disorders

    Jan 18 2018...
    Yesterday the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) introduced the formation of a new patient-focused membership organization, the American Alliance for Healthy Sleep (AAHS). READ MORE>>