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Sleepdex - Resources for Better Sleep

About Us

Sleepdex™ was created to celebrate the benefits of sleep and to help ordinary people with their sleep problems and questions.

We are dedicated to raising awareness of sleep issues. Problem sleep is a major a public health issue and affects the quality of life for millions of people.


We do not sell any products or services. We cannot answer medical questions or questions about your sleep problems. Consult a doctor for medical advice and look though our recommended sleep resources for more information.

Our mission statement.

Editorial Director: Dan Crean

Questions or comments about the website can be sent to webmaster at sleepdex.org

Site last updated: April 27, 2014

Sleepdex™
12235 Forsythe Dr.
Austin, TX 78759

"Sleep is the golden chain that ties health and our bodies together" – Thomas Dekker – The Guls Horne Book, 1609

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Sleep Disorders

 

Parsomnias

 

Dyssomnias

 

Circadian Rhythm Disorders

 

Specific Groups

 

Women and Sleep Disorders

Insomnia in old people

Sleep and alcohol

Realistic Sleep

 

Prevalence of Insomnia

Hypnogogia

Debunking mattress hype

Orexin Antagonists in the Spotlight

 

 

"O Sleep, rest of all things, mildest of the gods, balm of the soul..."

(Iris to Hypnos. Ovid, Metamorphoses)