Resources for sleep
There is a ton of information on the World-Wide-Webs on everything under the sun, the moon and under your bed! However, along with that is a lot of good, bad and the ugly information. That’s where this page focusing on sleep resources comes into play. We’ve done our best to place here at your finger tips a few of the better websites dealing with the issues of insomnia, chronic fatigue, restless leg syndrome, sleep apnea and a whole list of other causes and issues. Finding the right sleep resources by just Googling it will usually result in the first few pages being filled with ads for mattresses.
Not necessarily a bad thing since obviously investing in the right mattress for you is an important consideration in your search for a perfect nights sleep, but there are other things to consider. While we do our best to provide our own contributions to this serious set of topics of insomnia, chronic fatigue , feeling tired all of the time… we do understand that no single site will be a source of all information or offer it in a way that is helpful to everyone.
Thats where a page like this listing places where additional information on sleep resources can be neatly placed at your fingertips. Please feel free to let us know if you have suggestions for sites, forums, Facebook pages where others dealing with a lack of sleep have been able to find helpful and useful information on sleep.
The Better Sleep Council is a private blog that offers a lot of short and helpful articles on wide variety of issues dealing with sleep.
The site is pretty straight forward and easier than most to navigate and not laden with too short-of-useful information, nor overly stuffed with white papers and not fun to read.
The National Sleep Foundation is a non profit organization started back in 1990.
Most articles and post are short and sweet, all be it dry in content. But , the depth of topics covered is pretty full and the information is pretty easy to take in and use in your own exploration for remedies to getting better sleep.
These folks also publish the site Sleep.org which offers the same information but presented in a more visual format.