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The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) recently released the key indicators of good sleep quality, as established by a panel of experts.

Given the precipitous increase in the use of sleep technology devices, the key findings are timely and relevant. This information complements the data these devices provide, helping millions of consumers...

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National Sleep Foundation Adds New Pediatric Model to its Sleep Disordered Breathing Anatomical Models™.

Washington, D.C. (January 21, 2015) — The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) announces the addition of the new...

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Expert Panel Concludes that Two Hours of Sleep Is Not Enough for Drivers

WASHINGTON, DC, (November 6, 2015)--The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), along with scientists from...

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National Sleep Foundation Launches #Awake2Drive Campaign to...

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Joint CEA, NSF Consumer Research Study Identifies Opportunities, Challenges for Burgeoning Sleep Technology Market 

Santa Clara, CA, October 6, 2015 – Sixty percent of sleep technology owners say they’re more aware of their sleep patterns, according to the...

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Dr. David White of Philips Respironics, Philippe Kahn of Fullpower Technologies and Dr. Michael Breus “The Sleep Doctor” will Headline the Sleep Technology Summit Oct 6-7 in Santa Clara, CA

The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) today announced that Dr. David White,...

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Sleep, Technology, Transportation & Policy Experts to Convene in Washington, DC, November 6

 

(Washington, DC, August 12, 2015) - The National Sleep Foundation today announced its...

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NSF’s Sleep Technology Council Will Host First-Ever Sleep Technology Summit & Expo Oct 6-7 in Santa Clara, CA

Arlington, Va., July 20, 2015 – The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) today announced the launch of its new Sleep Technology Council, a group whose mission will be to support and enable innovations in consumer sleep...

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Sleep in America Poll Finds Pain a Significant Challenge When It Comes to Americans’ Sleep

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Overview

Sleep technology has incredible potential to improve consumers’ sleep and their health, but in many cases current sleep trackers have not met consumer expectations. It is possible for wearables to produce useful sleep tracking metrics, but we need to standardize.

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Lauren Hale, Ph.D., to Lead Global Multidisciplinary Journal Focused on the Benefits of Sleep

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National Sleep Foundation Statement

Adolescent Sleep Time Evaluation

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 26...

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2014 Sleep Health &...

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WASHINGTON, D.C.  (August 13, 2014) – On August 13, 2014, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), approved Merck’s new prescription sleep aid, suvorexant (brand name Belsomra).  

The following statement may be...

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The following statements reflect the National Sleep Foundation’s position on treatment of insomnia.

  1. Insomnia is the most common sleep complaint among adults. Sleep is a vital component of health...
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CEA and National Sleep Foundation to Collaborate on Next Generation Sleep...

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Global Multidisciplinary Journal to Focus on the Benefits of Sleep  

 

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Resource Center Offers Disorder Facts, Symptoms and Treatment Options

WASHINGTON, DC, May 1, 2014--TheNational Sleep Foundation(NSF) launched a new website today,...

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It’s important for your health to get treated if you are suffering from shift work disorder. If you’re wondering whether you have shift work disorder, take a look through the following statements about your symptoms and sleep patterns. If you are experiencing any of these, talk to your doctor.

  1. I feel drowsy when I’m at work, or in...
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Refer to these resources from the National Sleep Foundation to help improve your sleep and manage your pain:

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Did you know that men and women have different sleep experiences? On the whole, women report more sleep disturbances than men. Our 2007 Sleep In America poll reports that two-thirds of women experience a sleep problem at least a few nights each week and as many as half report waking up feeling un-refreshed. As a result, we've developed...

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