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AASM introduces driver fatigue awareness program SAFE-D

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine is working to increase awareness about driver fatigue as families hit the road for the summer peak driving season. According to a recent study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, an estimated 16.5 percent of all fatal crashes involved a fatigued driver. As a response to these alarming numbers, the AASM recently launched a new public education campaign called SAFE-D: Sleep, Alertness and Fatigue Education for Drivers. The centerpiece of the campaign is a free online presentation that describes the signs, causes and effects of driver fatigue and offers some strategies to manage it.

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AASM Press Release News

The latest news from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
American Academy of Sleep Medicine
  1. Brain damage caused by severe sleep apnea is reversible
    A neuroimaging study is the first to show that white matter damage caused by severe obstructive sleep apnea can be reversed by continuous positive airway pressure therapy. The results underscore the importance of the “Stop the Snore” campaign of the National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project, a collaboration between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Sleep Research Society and other partners.
  2. Study links healthy sleep duration to less sick time from work
    New research suggests that sleeping 7 to 8 hours per night is associated with the lowest risk of absence from work due to sickness. The results underscore the importance of the “Sleep Well, Be Well” campaign of the National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project, a collaboration between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Sleep Research Society and other partners.
  3. Helping teens get healthy sleep: Five tips for parents
    Data recently published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that more than two-thirds of teens fail to get sufficient sleep on school nights. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine offers five tips to help parents promote healthy sleep in teens so that they can meet their full potential.
  4. Severity of sleep apnea impacts risk of resistant high blood pressure
    A new study shows a strong association between severe, untreated obstructive sleep apnea and the risk of elevated blood pressure despite the use of high blood pressure medications.
  5. Stop the snore: Sleep apnea action urgent for those at risk
    The nation’s sleep experts agree: obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) – a potentially life-threatening disease involving episodes of complete or partial airway obstruction during sleep – is dangerously on the rise. The National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project, a collaboration launched this year by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Sleep Research Society (SRS), is urging anyone with symptoms of OSA to pledge to stop the snore and talk to a doctor about sleep apnea.
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