Resources

Good Quality Sleep & Chronic Insomnia

World Sleep Society has collaborated with Idorsia to create an evidence-based resource that answers these simple questions in plain language:

  • What does good quality sleep look like?
  • What causes disturbed sleep?
  • What is chronic insomnia?

Learn more about sleep and insomnia using this resource!

The Road to Better Sleep

Download and share these graphics that contain these tips to get you on the road to better sleep!

Download the Road to Better Sleep (.png format or .pdf format).

 

Download the 10 Tips for Better Sleep


Tips for Better Sleep from World Sleep Society

Healthier Sleep in Adults

Healthier Sleep in Children


Press Release & Toolkit


Video content

Healthy Sleep Video Content: World Sleep Society now hosts sleep content via our YouTube Channel. Be sure to check it out!

Audio/Podcast

Podcast Series: Check out The Sleep Forum’s exclusive 2020 World Sleep Day podcast series.

Other Resources

Healthier Sleep Magazine: Your Trusted Source for Improving Sleep (a publication of World Sleep Society)

The Brain-Sleep Connection: Global Council on Brain Health Recommendations on Sleep and Brain Health

Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)

Hypersomnia

Sleep Apnea

Wake UP Narcolepsy

Environmental Sleep Factors

Narcolepsy Network

Sleep Apnea Education

Simply Healthy @ Schools


Content Articles

 

The Sleep Secret Experts Prioritize (And why you should too)
How much sleep are leading sleep experts getting? Are they getting the recommended amount? We interviewed five internationally-renowned sleep experts to find out.
10 Ways to Improve Your Sleep: Tips from World Sleep Society
For the past decade, the CDC has reported that 1/3 of Americans do not get adequate sleep. Our list of sleep tips aims to help.
Sundowning: The Sleep Disorder that May Be Affecting Your Loved One with Dementia
There are close to 100 disorders of sleep. Sundowning is just one of them.
Prevalent, Significant, Costly: The Chronic Inability to Sleep
Insomnia needs to be viewed as the high-level health factor that it is.
Sleep Apnea & Stroke
The symbiotic relationship you need to know about.
Low-income toddlers are not getting enough sleep
How one pediatric sleep researcher is finding biological evidence
Harvard Sleep 101
Teaching the importance of sleep.
A Sleep Researcher Explains Why Teen Sleep Needs a Societal Conversation
Adolescents as young as 11 are reporting significant daytime sleepiness.
5 Untruths We Believe About Sleep
In a culture that works 24/7, by sleeping your optimal amount, you will function your best.