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.
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.
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…
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.
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.
You probably know by now that the American Sleep Apnea Association has upgraded its blog and family of websites. But did you know we are busy engaging with people interested in sleep health across multiple channels in social media? You can find us chatting it up with followers in Facebook and Twitter, and you can…