March 10-16, 2015 is Insomnia Awareness Week

From the AASM: "As many as 10 percent of adults have a chronic insomnia disorder, which involves ongoing difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, or regularly waking up earlier than desired, despite an adequate opportunity for sleep. It’s characterized by symptoms such as daytime fatigue, worry about sleep, cognitive impairment, irritability and lack of energy." 


March 2-9, 2014 is National Sleep Awareness Week!

Sleep Awareness Week™, which takes place March 2-9, 2014, is an annual public education and awareness campaign to promote the importance of sleep.

 The week begins with the announcement of the National Sleep Foundation's Sleep in America poll results and ends with the clock change to Daylight Saving Time, where Americans lose one hour of sleep.

The Foundation's Sleep Care Center members host events in their local communities throughout the week, providing sleep education and screening to the public.

This year’s Sleep in America poll looks at sleep and the modern family, an important topic that is sure to generate news!