Media Center/Press Release
Sleepy Americans Doze Off At Work, In the Car and On Their Spouses
WASHINGTON, March 3, 2008 — Prolonged work days that often extend late into the night may cause Americans to fall asleep or feel sleepy at work, drive drowsy and lose interest in sex, according to a new Sleep in America poll released today by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF).
The University of Arizona, Tucson, and Menlo-Atherton High School receive honorable mention for innovative, far-reaching sleep education campaigns
WASHINGTON, DC, (March 3, 2008) – Today, the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) announces the winner of its 2008 Healthy Sleep Community Award: Cribs for Kids, a campaign that donates cribs to low-income families in an effort to reduce the risk of injury and death among infants caused by unsafe sleep environments.
WASHINGTON, DC, April 2, 2008 – The board of directors of the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), the nation's leading nonprofit sleep education and awareness organization announced today that David M. Cloud, MBA, has been named chief executive officer (CEO).
The National Sleep Foundation Offers Tips for “Sleeping into a Slimmer Summer”
WASHINGTON, DC, May 6, 2008 – For millions of Americans, shedding unwanted pounds is a top priority, especially as the summer swimsuit season approaches. That's why the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) is reminding Americans that spending more time between the sheets may be the secret to slimming down and looking great on the beach or by the pool.
The Drive Alert and Arrive Alive with Lifesaving Tips to Prevent Drowsy Driving and Fall-Asleep Crashes
New Survey Shows America is Not Making the Grade When it Comes to Sleep Smarts
Washington, DC, July 29, 2008 – The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) announced today that, together with sanofi-aventis, it is launching a new campaign called Sleeping Smart which will educate the millions of Americans who have sleep problems about the importance of a good night’s sleep, proper sleep habits, help them understand the consequences of insomnia, and the safe and appropriate use of prescription sleep
New Educational Initiative Aims to Raise Awareness about a Medical Condition That Affects Millions of Americans
ROCHESTER, Minn. and WASHINGTON, Sept. 18— For the first time, the Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation (RLS Foundation) and National Sleep Foundation (NSF) have joined together on a new national initiative about restless legs syndrome (RLS) to help increase awareness and understanding of the condition.
NSF Offers Tips to Successfully “Fall Back”
WASHINGTON, DC, October 31, 2008 -- This weekend, millions of Americans will roll their clocks back one hour for the return to Standard Time. But as clocks move back and we wake on Sunday morning (November 2), after “gaining” an extra hour of the day, will Americans use that extra hour to catch up on their sleep? Unfortunately, probably not, according to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF).
Will Partner with NBC-Chicago's Healthy Lifestyle Expo® on March 21-22, 2009
New Site Offers Improved Functions, Sharper Appearance
WASHINGTON, DC, December 9, 2008 – The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) today launched the redesign of its website, www.sleepfoundation.org, to provide visitors, members and partner organizations with even more relevant and easy-to-find information on sleep.