AASM

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AASMAmerican Academy of Sleep Medicine (formerly the American Sleep Disorders Association)
AASMAustralian Active Service Medal
AASMAfrican American Shopping Mall
AASMAfrican American Studies Minor
AASMAssociated African States and Madagascar
AASMAdvanced Air-to-Surface Missile
AASMAdvanced Anti-Spam Module
AASMAdaptive Algorithm Selection Method
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Scoring and analysis of recorded data were done using the sleep scoring criteria of Rechtschaffen and Kales, [12] in concordance with the updates given by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine notes positive bedtime routines to facilitate proper sleep which helps keep children fresh, focused and energetic throughout the day.
com)-- Complete Sleep Management in Fort Worth recently received program accreditation from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM).
It's possible, but you have to adjust gradually," says Dianne Augelli, a fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and a professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine also released pointers to help viewers get adequate sleep by binge-watching responsibly, in May.
Currently, Dr Krainin serves as the founder and president of Singular Sleep LLC, which is the telemedicine health startup to improve access to sleep medicine by offering affordable home sleep apnea testing, online sleep doctor consultations and CPAP equipment, as well as a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
Joint consensus statement of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Sleep Research Society on the recommended amount of sleep for a healthy adult: methodology and discussion.
Citing the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, CDC says adults between ages 18 and 60 should be getting at least seven hours of sleep per night.
In response, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, an organization of sleep physicians, recommended "screening patients who have a high risk for obstructive sleep apnea, even if they don't have any sleep-related symptoms.
In December, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine found that later start times improve sleep and reduce car accidents for students.
In contrast, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends that routine health visits should include questions about OSA and evaluation of risk factors such as obesity, retrognathia, and treatment-refractory hypertension.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends adults up to age 64 get seven to nine hours of sleep a night, and adults age 65 and up sleep seven or eight hours.
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