Useful Sleep Resources
In the US alone, 50 – 70 million adults have a sleep disorder. Most individuals go undiagnosed and untreated.
There has been great progress in sleep medicine during the past decades. Today there’s a wide variety of sleep resources to help you improve your sleep.
Sleep Online Forums
Similar to in-person support groups, online forums are another place to share experiences, exchange tips and sleep resources, get valuable information, and mutual support – all from the convenience of your home!
While they lack the in-person experience of a traditional support group, these forums can be accessed any time day or night from home or using your smart phone.
Sleep Support Groups
It’s a place to meet other insomnia sufferers and get emotional support. You can share experiences, exchange tips, and get valuable information about your sleep issues.
Sleep Disorder Centers
Sleep disorder centers are where you’ll commonly find sleep specialists, the health professionals skilled at evaluating and treating sleep disorders.
Getting properly diagnosed is especially important for treatment of disorders like sleep apnea with medical devices which by law require a doctor’s prescription.
Sleep disorder centers are also another place to find helpful sleep resources. On this page, you’ll learn how to find an accredited sleep disorder center or dental sleep medicine facility near you.
Free or low-cost options
Strapped for cash or out of work? Don’t let this keep you from doing something about your sleep issues.
In addition to the other sleep resources listed on this page (sleep support groups and forums), you will find free or low-cost options for diagnosis and treatment.
The websites of sleep organizations are a great place to go for more in-depth information about sleep specialists, specific sleep disorders, sleep related events, and other sleep resources.
There’s a wide variety of sleep organizations doing great work for patient support, advocacy, and promoting sleep research.
Student Sleep Resources
Children and adolescents who do not get enough sleep have a higher risk for health and behavioral problems. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, 73% of high school students sleep deprived.
On this page, you’ll find a variety of sleep resources for students including links to more in-depth information, recommendations, tips, and tools.
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