Resource Sites for Sleep Disorders and Insomnia

Here is our pick of resource sites for insomnia and sleep disorders, we’re updating as we find others

A useful site on narcolepsy is the Narcolepsy Network

where you can get good information and sign up for a newsletter.

Those afflicted with Restless Legs syndrome will find help at The RLS Organization.

www.nhlbi.nih.gov/about/ncsdr/index.htm & www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/sleep/index.htm

National Heart Blood & Lung Institute has useful information on the main categories of sleep disorders, i.e. narcolepsy, insomnia & RLS Take the sleep IQ quiz, download a free pdf document on healthy sleep and watch a sleep apnea video

Medline Plus A service of the national US library of medicine

National Sleep Foundation Information on various sleep disorders.

Wellness and Natural Therapies – Put your body mind and spirit back into balance

We Move
A movement disorder site including restless legs sydrome.

American Sleep Apnea Association
Promotes education and awareness of sleep apnea. link & content

www.nhlbi.nih.gov
National Centre on Sleep Disorders Research – Research Professional Education Patient and Public Information Communications.

www.medecinenet.com/sleep
Medical information about sleep Disorders including, insomnia, snoring and nightmares. …

www.aasmnet.org
The American academy of sleep medicine, a professional membership organization, find a sleep center, promotes sleep research

www.4woman.gov
A project of the US Dept Health & Human Services office on women’s health. Information on causes of and help for insomnia.

Health-Care-Information.org
Health-Care-Information.org provides basic information on various diseases, injuries, symptoms, medical tests and more.

www.stanfordhospital.com
Founded in 1970, Stanford sleep disorders centre (CA) diagnoses and treats patients, available research info and plenty of on line resources.

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