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By Eugena Brooks  Every once in awhile something happens that puts us to the test, and we find out what we as individuals are capable of. 2020 has been that test.   We have had to make do with what we have, do without what we do not, and figure out how to live with the frustration and fear of dealing with circumstances in…

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The ASAA newsletter is a great way to stay up-to-date on all things sleep apnea!  Don’t worry, we won’t overload your inbox.  Our newsletter posts quarterly, with small email updates one or two times per month.  Our emails cover interesting and timely topics like treatment innovations, patient profiles, research findings, healthy sleep tips, quizzes and…

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Take the AWAKETOGETHER Survey — Your Experience Is Important!
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By Eugena Brooks In a busy world, there always seems to be too much to do. When you are fighting off daytime sleepiness from having sleep apnea, this particularly rings true. Having one more thing to do in your day — like taking yet another online survey — might seem like a good place to…

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Sleep in Peace – Dr. Guilleminault
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  It is with the utmost respect that we announce the passing of Dr. Christian Guilleminault July 9, 2019, in Palo Alto, CA, from metastatic cancer. Guilleminault was surrounded by family, colleagues, and fellows during his final days. The messages and outreach from across the globe have been overwhelming this past month.    Dr. CG, as...
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Knowledge Is Power: The AWAKETOGETHER Summit
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Knowledge Is Power: The AWAKETOGETHER Summit by Eugena Brooks We all are familiar with that phrase. We connect with it in many ways all the time. Our health should be no exception. The sleepapnea.org American Sleep Apnea Association (ASAA) AWAKE Initiative last year brought much to the table in those terms. There was a survey…

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The Struggle is Real
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By Eugena Brooks Happy May! Spring is here, and summer is coming. If you are like me, you should be energized by the improving weather and excited to get the summer activities started. Speaking of which brings me to the point of this blog being about the first official event that kicks off the summer…

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AWAKETOGETHER Summit 2019
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By Eugena Brooks Hello Everyone! I hope you are doing well. I myself am once again super charged and basking in the empowerment of having experienced the second (I hope annual) AWAKETOGETHER Summit produced by the American Sleep Apnea Association (ASAA). The patient-focused meeting was held in San Francisco on 9/9/19 as part of the…

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In Honor and Thanks to Dr. Christian Guilleminault
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By: Eugena Brooks Up until the 1970s, there were no names for common sleep issues. No one had any idea such issues might actually lead to major life disruptions, serious medical problems and even fatalities. Christian Guilleminault, MD (often referred to as “Dr. CG”) changed that by dedicating his life work to discovering, diagnosing, and…

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Healthy Weight Awareness
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January is National Healthy Weight Awareness Month—a perfect time to concentrate on going on a quest to undoing the “damage” that holiday eating may have done. Successful diet adjustments and exercise routines don’t develop overnight. It takes determination, understanding, planning and perseverance. Yes, you must really want to be healthy if you intend to be…

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ASAA Annual Report: Progress and Achievements for Patient Sleep Health
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By Eugena Brooks Appreciating the promise a brand-new year brings isn’t fully satisfying without understanding where someone or something has been. This month is a suitable time to look back over the past year’s events that transpired, accomplishments that were achieved, and the people with whom we’ve engaged. When you think about it, looking back…

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