The National Sleep Foundation's Press Room is the online resource for media to learn more about the NSF and our goal of promoting healthy sleep for all. NSF works in partnership with leaders in the fields of sleep science and medicine to raise awareness of the importance of sleep, treatment for sleep problems and the consequences of sleep loss.
The information below offers just a small snapshot of our recent media outreach and the information available from the National Sleep Foundation. For specific questions, please contact the National Sleep Foundation.
Recent Press Releases
- Drowsy Driving Prevention Week® Starts Sunday November 3rd
- NSF announces 2019 Drowsy Driving Prevention Week®
- NSF's website sleepfoundation.org wins Award of Excellence
- NSF selects Orfeu Buxton as its next Editor-in-Chief of Sleep Health
- ReST® (Responsive Surface Technology) Performance and Timeshifter® win National Sleep Foundation SleepTech® Awards
- NSF’s 2019 Sleep in America® Poll Shows Disciplined Sleepers Reap Reward
- National Sleep Foundation Adds New Features to the Narcolepsy Resource Center
- National Sleep Foundation to Launch Public Sleep Expo March 8-10, 2019 in Houston
- Sleep Health of Immigrant Children
- National Sleep Foundation’s 2018 Sleep in America® Poll Shows Americans Failing to Prioritize Sleep
- National Sleep Foundation Issues Report on Sleep Satisfaction Indicators
- Sleepless Tech Users Sacrifice Sleep Health
- National Sleep Foundation Continuing Medical Education Receives Highest Accreditation Recognition
- What is Good Quality Sleep? National Sleep Foundation Provides Guidance
- Millions Fall Asleep Behind the Wheel According to National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep Health Index™
- National Sleep Foundation Expert Consensus Panel Concludes that Missing a Night of Sleep Renders Drivers Unfit to Operate a Motor Vehicle
- National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep Health Journal Wins PROSE Award for Best New Journal
- National Sleep Foundation Adds New Pediatric Model to its Sleep Disordered Breathing Anatomical Models™
- Expert Panel Concludes that Two Hours of Sleep Is Not Enough for Drivers
The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) does not have the resources to respond to every inquiry sent to the organization. NSF does not staff full-time sleep health professionals nor does NSF provide medical advice. NSF does not endorse specific sleep therapeutics, therapies, products and services. Please refer to the vast array of information and resources about sleep on this website and sleep.org. NSF encourages all individuals to make informed decisions about their health, safety and well-being by consulting with health professionals and other reputable sources before making significant lifestyle changes, including but not limited to alterations in sleep habits, diet and exercise.