Sleep Online Forums

Online forums can provide practical information as you deal with sleep issues.  However, they are no substitute for a doctor, so be sure to seek help from a sleep specialist.

Below are some forums that may be helpful.

  1. American Sleep Association
Check this forum for discussions on a wide variety of sleep-related topics.

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An online forum with over 40,000 friendly CPAP users where you exchange ideas, learn about industry developments, and exchange experiences with products.

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  1. Ask the Sleep Doctor Blogs
Question & Answers with sleep doctors on a variety sleep issues, sponsored by the American Sleep Association.

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  1. Narcolepsy Network Community Forums
Visit this site for information on diagnosis, treatment, and many other issues for narcolepsy, a life-long sleep disorder that affects the control of sleep and wakefulness.

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  1. Sleeptember Community
An American Sleep Apnea Association sleep health forum, community discussions on a wide variety of sleep issues.

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