Join us as we take a look at the top 10 AASM social media posts from 2023 that ignited discussions, sparked curiosity, and captivated audiences. From groundbreaking research to eye-opening revelations, these posts resonated across various platforms, offering unique insights into the relationship between sleep and overall well-being.

1. An article delving into the intricate link between sleep and brain health captured the attention of our followers.

2. New research on obstructive sleep apnea unveiled a connection to an increased risk of atrial fibrillation, prompting a surge of interest among sleep professionals.

3. An article featuring an interview with Colin Sullivan, the inventor of the CPAP machine, fascinated our online community.

4. Followers took notice of a research study linking early morning university classes to poor sleep, lower attendance, and worse GPA.

5. Our audience connected with a post shedding light on the far-reaching consequences of chronic insufficient sleep on overall health outcomes.

6. An article from The Washington Post highlighting sleep deprivation in hospitals struck a chord with our followers.

7. An innovative tool measuring the duration of sleep apnea before diagnosis intrigued followers.

8. Our audience engaged with an editorial on the use of wearable sleep trackers and the concern of orthosomnia.

9. Sleep professionals were interested by a multi-society commentary examining the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality final report on long-term health outcomes of sleep apnea.

10. On World Alzheimer’s Day, a post celebrating the restorative impact of sleep on the brain resonated with followers.

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