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Yes, you can die from sleep apnea. Carrie Fisher did.
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It’s likely the actress herself—such an advocate for overcoming the stigma of mental health—would also advocate to remove the stigma surrounding snoring. Snoring is a major indicator for undiagnosed sleep apnea that should not go unnoticed by loved ones and family practitioners… and yet it does.

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We know you have concerns about sleep problems. Ask us for help!
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We find it’s a rare occasion when the topic of sleep comes up in conversation and people don’t have concerns, questions, or stories to share about sleep problems they or a loved one have endured. The American Sleep Apnea Association exists not only as a resource for people with sleep apnea, but for anyone who…

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Want to cure sleep apnea? Let us know, and share your feedback on other ways we can help
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Sleep apnea is a dangerous health condition that many don’t realize they have until they address complains from a bed partner or ask questions about snoring or daytime sleepiness. Let’s find a cure for this debilitating condition.

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Are you challenged with using CPAP therapy? How can the ASAA help?
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Make no mistake: CPAP struggles are for real!

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Back to school: Don’t lose sleep over kids losing sleep
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Most parents likely agree… a seamless transition from summer break to the fall school schedule can only happen when sleep is made a top priority.

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Disaster relief and sleep health: Share your experiences, tell us how we can help
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We are here to help. Our CPAP Assistance Program has been mobilized to provide evacuees with much-needed PAP machines and supplies lost to the hurricanes.

We are also here to offer support through our A.W.A.K.E. groups for those who are struggling with other sleep-related problems, such as post-traumatic stress, aggravated health conditions like pulmonary hypertension (which disrupts sleep), and “painsomnia” caused by injuries sustained while fighting or fleeing Mother Nature in some form or another.

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The ASAA would love to hear from you! Send us your ideas, feedback and questions
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As we continue to roll out new opportunities to engage with, educate, and motivate patients who have sleep health concerns, we at the American Sleep Apnea Association (ASAA), along with our expanding family of sites and programs, wish to thank you for your continued support. Here’s your chance to let us know what you think… about…

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Tell us how the ASAA can help you! Send us ideas, feedback and questions
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The American Sleep Apnea Association (ASAA), along with its expanding family of sites and programs, continues to roll out new opportunities for patient centered advocacy. We exist to engage with, educate, and motivate patients who have sleep health concerns, and wish to thank you for your continued support. How else might we be able to…

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POLL: How do you sleep during a full moon? Share your full moon story
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Some people will swear that the full moon brings out a different side of themselves, or of human beings in general. Tell us… does the full moon influence the way you sleep? Click the appropriate answer below, and if you have a story to share, feel free to leave it in our comments section.  …

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For bright-eyed days and sleep-friendly nights, follow our Spotify playlists!
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Does music keep you going during the day and help you slide into sleep at night? With our user-friendly Spotify music series, you can now share your favorite music to wake up to, music to recharge during the day, and music to fall asleep by.

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