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10 Sleep Blogs You Need To Know


Sleepio was started by Professor Colin Espie who has been researching sleep and insomnia for over 30 years, and Peter Hames, who used Professor Espie’s techniques to conquer his own insomnia.  Their blog is a treasure chest of insightful articles and videos dedicated to advancements in sleep science and sleep technology.


The Blog was created by the National Sleep Foundation as a resource for improving your sleep.  The National Sleep Foundation was founded in 1990 by the leaders in sleep medicine, and is unequivocally the most trusted resource for sleep science, healthy sleep habits, and sleep disorders.  We love this blog as it separates sleep content by science, bedroom, lifestyle, and age to suit your specific needs.


Dr Michael Breus, PhD, commonly known as “The Sleep Doctor”, has been treating sleep disorders his entire career. He has been featured on “The Dr. Oz Show”, “Fox & Friends”, “The View”, and many others while also taking time to publish his own books on sleep health.  The Sleep Doctor Blog is a valuable resource for anyone suffering from sometype of sleep disorder.


Martin Reed was suffering from insomnia when he began searching online for a sliver of hope.  All he found were spam blogs with little credibility, or sites offering questionable medical therapies.  Since 2009 he has been researching insomnia and sharing his findings with his followers on the Insomnia Land Blog.  He has also implemented a sleep training course for fellow insomnia sufferers which has gotten fantastic reviews.


Are you an exhausted parent looking for help to improve your child’s sleep behavior?  Than look no further that The Sleep Lady.  Kim West, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for more than 20 years, began experimenting with a gradual, gentle sleep solution for children and parents everywhere.  If you’re tired of being up all night, we highly recommend you visit this site.


Brook Packard is a Mom, Educator, and Caregiver.   She’s also someone who has dedicated her life to forming successful sleep & bedtime routines for both adults and children.  Her blog is a fantastic resource of new information that is updated constantly to transform a bedtime routine that might work, to one that definitely does.


Looking for a new mattress, a pillow for side sleepers, a new noise machine?  Well Sleep Like The Dead evaluates and rates hundreds of sleep-related products based on over 300,000 actual consumer experiences.  As a former sufferer of chronic insomnia, Nick Robinson started the site to help people improve their sleep quality.  He felt that this could only be achieved by presenting the unbiased truth on sleep products currently being sold to consumers.

SleepWell Blog

Started in 2009, the SleepWell Blog is an informational website dedicated to improving your knowledge about Sleep related issues and various Sleep Disorders.

The Sleep Council

The Sleep Council has been around since 1996, and is an impartial organization that looks at how you can adopt healthier sleep habits.  It’s also focused on creating awareness on how a good nights sleep is crucial to a person’s health and well being.


ORA Informantics isn’t so much of a blog as it is an entire website dedicated to getting better sleep through lifestyle changes.  Started by Dr. Tyler Vachon and Dr Anthony Dugarte, they became fascinated in clinical informatics.  Clinical Informatics is the implementation and evaluation of communication systems that improve patients’ health and care.  Simply put, information technology and data can improve health care.  More specifically, they show you how to use this information to change lifestyle and habits to tackle things like sleep disorders and daily stress.


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