Sleep Organizations

  1. American Sleep Association
ASA is a national organization dedicated to increasing awareness about sleep and sleep disorders.

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  1. American Sleep Apnea Association
Promotes sleep apnea awareness, sleep research, and advocacy.

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  1. Circadian Sleep Disorders Network
A non-profit focused on people with neurologic disorders in which the sleep-wake cycle is out of sync with the day-night cycle.

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  1. Narcolepsy Network
Narcolepsy is a life-long neurological sleep disorder that affects the control of sleep and wakefulness.  The Narcolepsy Network provides information about treatments and emotional support for patients & family members.

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  1. National Sleep Foundation
Founded in 1990 by leaders in sleep medicine, NSF is a trusted resource for sleep science, healthy sleep habits, and sleep disorders to medical professionals, patients, and the public.

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  1. Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation
The leading organization for science-based education and patient services for people suffering from restless legs syndrome, a neurological disorder that causes irresistible urges to move legs or other parts of the body.

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  1. Kleine Levin Syndrome Foundation
KLS is a neurological disorder characterized by recurring periods of excessive amounts of sleep. The KLS Foundation provides information and support to those diagnosed with KLS and their families.

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A community of people with chronic health conditions, patient advocates, non-profit organizations, and other partners working together to raise awareness of how sleep impacts health, safety, well-being, and productivity.  Promotes activities to help members improve their own sleep habits and raise funds for sleep research.

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  1. Sleep For Kids
A website dedicated to children’s sleep.

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