The following three organizations work to provide information and resources aimed at helping you improve your own sleep hygiene.
Plenty of studies have documented that teens don’t get enough sleep. They’re supposed to be in bed for eight to nine hours a night, but most get seven or less. Now the latest sleep research, presented at the American Heart Association EPI/Lifestyle 2015 meeting, shows when it comes to weight gain—which has been tied to sleep deprivation and disturbances—it’s not necessarily the amount of sleep that tips the scales but rather the consistency of that nightly rest.
Because of the lack of awareness of the benefits of healthy sleep, multisectoral public health campaigns, similar to those related to smoking cessation and reducing excessive alcohol consumption, are needed to educate the public about the importance of sleep and the consequences of insufficient sleep
Researchers say therapy delivered via telemedicine is just as effective as in-person treatment for insomnia, while payers are adding digital therapeutics to their resources for members dealing with sleep disorders.
Many resign themselves to not getting enough sleep, while many others don't realize how much they need or what insufficient sleep does to the body and brain. Educating society about these facts is key to making changes that can result in a more rested—and therefore healthier and more productive—populace.
The purpose of the society is to promote research on sleep and related areas, to improve the care for patients with sleep disorders and to facilitate the dissemination of information regarding sleep research and sleep medicine.
The E.P. Bradley Hospital Sleep Research Laboratory, directed by Mary A. Carskadon, Ph.D., is an internationally-recognized center for research on sleep and development...Make yourself at home and learn how to get involved as a research participant or a member of our team. Our alums have a special home here.
Our mission is to improve people’s lives through better sleep. We are spreading the sleep health message through a strong media and internet presence, engagement with community leaders, interaction with other health bodies, and an ongoing program of development and distribution of educational information designed for the public by sleep experts.
In 1961, a small group of researchers founded what eventually became the Sleep Research Society (SRS). Since then, membership has grown to all levels and disciplines in sleep and circadian science across the globe.
Our vision is to raise the profile of sleep as a major factor for health and wellbeing and to be recognised as the third pillar of good health alongside diet and exercise.
A good night’s rest is essential to a healthy lifestyle – protecting you physically and mentally as well as boosting your quality of living.
The fundamental mission of the World Sleep Society is to advance sleep health worldwide. World Sleep Society will fulfill this mission by promoting and encouraging education, research and patient care throughout the World, particularly in those parts of the world where the practice of sleep medicine is less developed.
Established in 1991, the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine is the only non-profit national professional society dedicated exclusively to the practice of dental sleep medicine. The AADSM is the leading national organization for dentists who use oral appliance therapy to manage sleep-disordered breathing, which includes snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.
The AASM improves sleep health and promotes high quality, patient-centered care through advocacy, education, strategic research, and practice standards.
AAST is the leader in continuing education helping sleep technologists adapt to the changes in sleep medicine.
Founded in 1983, the American SIDS Institute, a national nonprofit health care organization, is dedicated to the prevention of sudden infant death and the promotion of infant health through an aggressive, comprehensive nationwide program.
The ASAA is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing injury, disability, and death from sleep apnea and to enhancing the well-being of those affected by this common disorder.
The American Sleep Association (ASA) is a national organization focused on improving public awareness about sleep disorders and sleep health, promoting sleep medicine research, and providing a portal for communication between patients, physicians/healthcare professionals and scientists.
The Australasian Sleep Association (ASA) began by a small group of passionate people and is the peak scientific body in Australia & New Zealand representing clinicians, scientists and researchers in the broad area of Sleep.
The British Sleep Society (BSS) is a professional organisation for medical, scientific and healthcare workers dealing with sleeping disorders. We are a registered British charity and our ultimate aim is to improve public health by promoting education and research into sleep and its disorders.
The Canadian Sleep Society (CSS) / SociÃ©tÃ© Canadienne du Sommeil (SCS) is a professional association of clinicians, scientists and technologists formed in June 1986 to further the advancement and understanding of sleep and its disorders through scientific study and public awareness.
The International Pediatric Sleep Association operates exclusively for scientific and educational purposes...
UKAN, the Narcolepsy Association UK (Registered Charity No. 326361) is an association of people with narcolepsy, their relatives and others interested in improving their lot. Its registered objects are the benefit, relief and aid of persons suffering from narcolepsy.
The National Bed Federation is the recognised trade association representing UK manufacturers of beds and their suppliers. Founded in 1912, our members today account for about 75% of the total UK bedding turnover
Located within the Division of Lung Diseases of the NHLBI, the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research (NCSDR) was established in 1993 to foster the coordination of sleep and circadian research within NIH and other Federal agencies.
Alerting the public, healthcare providers and policymakers to the life-and-death importance of adequate sleep is central to the mission of NSF. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for Americans who suffer from sleep problems and disorders.
Are you experiencing symptoms linked to restless legs syndrome (RLS)? Find tools and support to help get your life back.
A World of Information and Support on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Other Infant Death
The Society for Research on Biological Rhythms was formed to:
-Promote advancement of basic and applied research in all aspects of biological rhythms;
-Disseminate the important results of that research among scientists, to the agencies that fund research and to the general public...
The Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine is an interdisciplinary organization committed to advancing the scientific approach to studying the behavioral, psychological, and physiological dimensions of sleep and sleep disorders and the application of this knowledge to the betterment of individuals and societies worldwide.
We welcome you to the official webpage of the Swiss Society of Sleep Research, Sleep Medicine and Chronobiology. Since 1991 our efforts have been to provide information about sleep and sleep-related disorders to clinicians and to optimize diagnosis and therapy of sleep disorders.
To give parents a judgment-free place to go for information, help and support about baby and toddler sleep troubles.
The Working Time Society (WTS) and the Scientific Committee on “Shiftwork and Working Time” of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH-SC SW&WT) are twin associations focused on studies, research and practices on psycho-social aspects and health problems connected with night and shift work and, more generally, with working hours.