Updated: January 16, 2022

Being able to sleep well is as essential to your overall health as a balanced diet and good physical activity levels. Here we highlight some trusted resources related to sleep. If you feel that we are missing an important resource, please let us know.

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External Trusted Resources

MIT Medical: Additional Sleep Resources—A helpful compilation of resources for people suffering from insomnia and other sleep problems. Also includes relaxation and stress reduction resources.

CDC: Sleep & Sleep Disorder ResourcesA trusted list of resources categorized by General Sleep Information, Patient Organizations, and Other Resources.

National Sleep FoundationThe NSF is a nonprofit focused on supporting sleep education, research, and advocacy. Their website is full of useful sleep information.

Sleep Health JournalThe sleep health journal is put out by the National Sleep Foundation and features up to date research on sleep-related fields.

Sleep Quality QuestionnaireThis is a questionnaire straight out of Arianna Huffington's book Sleep Revolution. She cites sleepio.com for this quiz.

Brain Basics: Understanding SleepThis guide from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes gives a good overview of many aspects of sleep.

Sleep and Sleep DisordersThe CDC gives a lot of statistics as well as basic information on sleep.