a.w.a.k.e. patient support network

a.w.a.k.e. patient support network
Want to cure sleep apnea? Let us know, and share your feedback on other ways we can help
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
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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?
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
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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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  • Category: News, Uncategorized

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
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
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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
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News, Uncategorized

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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Trouble sleeping? How might our sleep community help you sleep better?
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

Our sleep community continues to expand! We now offer our new A.W.A.K.E. Facebook group, a monthly newsletter,
an updated sleep health app and research program (details forthcoming!), and a new webinar series.

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You’re invited to join our new digital AWAKE group in Facebook!
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

We hope you will become part of our community! The admins and moderators for the A.W.A.K.E. group look forward to friendly chatter and information sharing at the group. Working together to help each other find support, solutions, and smart tips for the best sleep ever is what this group is all about.

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“A.W.A.K.E. Angels” reconnect evacuated sleep apnea patients with their therapy
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  • Category: News

It takes a huge effort, relying on phone calls, texts, and social media, as well as the big hearts, spontaneous compassion, and the willingness of perfect strangers to unite for the common good, to make something like this happen. We thank each and every one of these AWAKE Angels for their part in this hurricane relief effort. We truly could not do any of this without their energy, vision, and support.

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You don’t have to use CPAP to be A.W.A.K.E.
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News, Uncategorized

Take a look at the acronym that defines our sleep health support programs. Notice there’s no mention of sleep apnea?

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