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Nashville Event: Innovations in Narcolepsy Awareness & Advocacy

Join Us in Nashville! On Saturday, August 13, 2022, please join Project Sleep in Nashville, TN for Innovations in Narcolepsy Awareness & Advocacy, a unique one-day meeting to empower the community with updates from the forefront of narcolepsy advocacy and awareness. The event will take place at the Scarritt Bennett Center (1027 18th Ave S, Laskey Great Hall, Nashville, TN 37212) from 10am…

Taylor Dillon: Celebrating 2022 LGBTQ+ Pride Month Part 1

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month! Project Sleep is proud to highlight insights from LGBTQ+ members of our community throughout the month of June. See Full SeriesMeet Taylor Dillon (she/her): Taylor is 24 years old, bisexual, and obsessed with Hello Kitty. She calls Los Angeles home. Hi Taylor! Please tell us about yourself. I’m Taylor. For…

Sleep and Mood: Mental Health Awareness Month Part 4

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Project Sleep believes that mental health and sleep health are closely intertwined. We are excited to share interesting connections between sleep and mental health. See Full SeriesWhat is the connection between sleep and mood? Research shows that people who are sleep deprived report an uptick in negative moods and…

Sleep and Anxiety: Mental Health Awareness Month Part 3

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Project Sleep believes that mental health and sleep health are closely intertwined. We are excited to share interesting connections between sleep and mental health. See Full SeriesWhat is the connection between sleep and anxiety? According to a study done in 2019 at University of California – Berkeley, a night…

Sleepiness, Fatigue, or Depression? Mental Health Awareness Month Part 2

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Project Sleep believes that mental health and sleep health are closely intertwined. We are excited to share interesting connections between sleep and mental health. See Full Series“Why am I always so tired?”  When your energy feels off, it can be hard to know what’s wrong and what to do…

Project Sleep at SLEEP 2022 in Charlotte, NC!

Project Sleep will be at SLEEP 2022 in Charlotte, North Carolina, June 4th – 8th, 2022! Project Sleep will be involved in the following exciting sessions and activities: Narcolepsy & Pregnancy: Elevating patient and clinician voices to explore best practices and shared decision-making – Tuesday, June 7, 3:15-5:15pm ET Rise of the Patient Voice in…

Sleep and Emotion: Mental Health Awareness Month Part 1

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Project Sleep believes that mental health and sleep health are closely intertwined. We are excited to share interesting connections between sleep and mental health. See Full SeriesSleep and emotion are closely intertwined. It’s no surprise that sleep—or lack thereof—affects how we react to stimuli during the day. Multiple studies…

36 Members of Congress Co-Sign Bipartisan Sleep Letter

On April 25, 2022, an incredible 36 U.S. Representatives signed onto a bipartisan letter in support of sleep, sleep disorders, and sleep health disparities priorities. Given only several days to activate this spring, the incredible sleep community rallied quickly across the country. Your tremendous outreach to over 200 Congressional Offices on Capitol Hill resulted in…

Ana E. Lara: 2022 National Poetry Month Part 4

April is National Poetry Month! Project Sleep is proud to highlight poets and poetry from our community throughout the month of April. Curated by Ana Lara. See Full SeriesMeet the Poet: Ana Elena Lara is an Arizona native, living in the Phoenix area with her husband and daughter. Her journey with narcolepsy started several years…

Ernest C. Knight: 2022 National Poetry Month Part 3

April is National Poetry Month! Project Sleep is proud to highlight poets and poetry from our community throughout the month of April. Curated by Ana Lara. See Full SeriesMeet the Poet: Ernest C. Knight is a writer from Michigan living with narcolepsy. His writing consists of children’s books and essays, as well as article commentary.…
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