YOURSLEEP.aasmnet.org: This site provides facts about sleep, sleep disorders, treatments and services including the latest news from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. There is also an online discussion forum in which you can interact with other visitors to the website.
Sleep Education: There are daily updates about sleep and sleep disorders from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). You will find breaking news and new research findings in addition to expert commentary from the AASM.
American Insomnia Association: Information about insomnia including support, resources, and treatment options from the American Insomnia Association. You also can download past issues of The Sleepless Times newsletter.
American Sleep Medicine Foundation: The mission of the American Sleep Medicine Foundation (ASMF) is to enhance sleep health for all through research, education and humanitarian aid.
National Sleep Foundation: NSF is dedicated to improving public health and safety by achieving understanding of sleep and sleep disorders, and by supporting sleep-related education, research, and advocacy.
Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation: The RLS Foundation funds research to find a cure for RLS, seeks to improve the treatments of RLS, and increases awareness of this sleep disorder.
American Sleep Apnea Association: The ASAA is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to educating the public about sleep apnea and to serving people with this common disorder.
Narcolepsy Network: Narcolepsy Network’s primary focus is to improve the lives of those with the life-long neurological sleep disorder, narcolepsy. Their members are people who have narcolepsy or related sleep disorders, such as idiopathic hypersomnia, their families and friends, and professionals involved in treatment, research, and public education regarding narcolepsy.
Sleep Research Society: The SRS is a professional membership organization for scientists involved in the study of sleep. It fosters the investigation of all aspects of sleep and its disorders, promotes training and education in the methodologies of sleep research, and provides forums for the exchange of scientific findings pertaining to sleep.
American Academy of Sleep Medicine: Connection to the main organization of sleep disorders and sleep specialists with links to educational sites.
Sleep Centers.Org: Go to this Web site to find doctors in your area who are experts at helping people who have sleep problems. The site has an online directory of sleep centers and labs. It has a map that enables you to search for help by state. Each center and lab in the directory met the AASM’s high standards for accreditation.
American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine: The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) is a professional medical society for dentists who research, assess and manage the treatment of sleep-related breathing disorders through the use of oral appliances and surgery. The AADSM provides training and resources for dental sleep specialists and works closely with the medical community to provide safe and effective treatments for sleep disorders patients.
SHUTi: This site offers an online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy program for management of insomnia. It has been proven to be effective in helping people who struggle with getting adequate sleep. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends CBT-I as first line treatment for insomnia. Your provider may be able to provide you with a discount code for this program.
Pediatric Sleep Council: The Pediatric Sleep Council was created to provide accurate and up-to-date information on sleep in young children for parents. The goal is to provide comprehensive and expert based information on baby and toddler sleep that is freely available to the public. The Pediatric Sleep Council is an international team of people with expertise in all aspects of sleep and development in young children.