The National Sleep Foundation launched Sleep.org in 2015 to provide a fresh and accessible voice in the emerging field of sleep health. Without question, the National Sleep Foundation has been a primary leader in U.S. sleep education, research, and advocacy since its founding in 1990. This site represents its effort to reach out more directly to the increasingly overworked, underslept people they work to help. With close to a million visitors every month, it's clear they correctly guessed that Sleep.org was just the resource we needed.
National Sleep Foundation and OneCare Media Partnership
In December of 2019, the National Sleep Foundation partnered with us, OneCare Media, to expand, update, and improve upon the excellent work they've started. The new Sleep.org will offer commercial product reviews and consumer guides as well as the expert sleep health and science content you've come to expect.
We're honored to work directly with the National Sleep Foundation on this next chapter for Sleep.org and we look forward to introducing you to the expert editorial staff and physician review board that will work together to ensure that we're bringing you the right answers every time. So whether you've come here looking for help with jet lag, sleep training your baby, or any other of the thousands of topics tackled here, we've got you covered.
If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions for our content or this new direction please don't hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected]. Thank you for visiting!
The information provided on this website is intended to encourage, not replace, direct patient-health professional relationships. Always consult your doctor before making any decisions regarding a medical condition or treatment.