4 Reasons to Subscribe to Our Weekly Newsletter
Last updated: June 2023
Do you want more information about insomnia?
Are you looking for support?
Do you want to talk to other people affected by this condition?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, sign-up below for the Insomnia.Sleep-Disorders.net weekly newsletter!
Stay informed and up-to-date on all things insomnia
At Insomnia.Sleep-Disorders.net, we track drug approvals, academic and medical research, latest trends, and current events. By subscribing to our newsletter, you can stay up-to-date on the latest news and research affecting the insomnia community, and learn more about managing this chronic condition.
Learn from the experiences of our Insomnia.Sleep-Disorders.net advocates
Each week, we share articles and videos from the people who know it best- our insomnia advocates. Our advocates include patients, medical experts, and caregivers, all who understand the realities of life with insomnia. Learn from these experts, as they share their experiences living with insomnia.
Participate in our weekly poll
Each week, we host an insomnia-focused poll, with topics ranging from diagnosis, treatment experiences, and quality of life. As part of our weekly newsletter, we invite you to share your opinions and experiences and help us to better understand the insomnia community through your vote.
Check-out featured stories
Have you ever wondered, “Am I the only one dealing with this?” or “Has this happened to other people living with insomnia too?”? In every newsletter, we feature a story from someone affected by insomnia, including patients, and caregivers. Through their stories, learn more about insomnia, and how your experiences compare.
Still unsure? If you have questions about signing up for our newsletter, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions, and learn more. As a reminder, we will never sell or share your email address, contact information, or personal data. We hope our newsletter, and the Insomnia.Sleep-Disorders.net community can support you in your insomnia journey.
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