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The American Sleep and Breathing Academy, the premier teaching and training academy for Dental Sleep Medicine, is happy to announce that in 2017 it will form a separate entity to certify dentists in Dental Sleep Medicine. Starting in 2017, the American Board of Sleep...

ASBA News Flash – American Board of Sleep and Breathing to Provide Certification of Dentists in Dental Sleep Medicine

The American Sleep and Breathing Academy, the premier teaching and training academy for Dental Sleep Medicine, is happy to announce that in 2017 it will form a separate entity to certify dentists in Dental Sleep Medicine. Starting in 2017, the American Board of Sleep...

The American Sleep and Breathing Academy’s (ASBA) Annual Sleep and Wellness Conference has been announced. Prepare to join the ASBA in Arizona’s beautiful spring weather April 21-22, 2017 at the Pointe Hilton Spa and Resort – Tapatio Cliffs location for our largest event of...

The Next Sleep And Wellness Conference Has Been Announced!

The American Sleep and Breathing Academy’s (ASBA) Annual Sleep and Wellness Conference has been announced. Prepare to join the ASBA in Arizona’s beautiful spring weather April 21-22, 2017 at the Pointe Hilton Spa and Resort – Tapatio Cliffs location for our largest event of...

Bringing a child into the world is a beautiful, amazing experience to be part of and no easy task placing great physical demand on the mother. Difficulties or complications can occur at any point from conception to delivery of a baby. Unfortunately, it can...

Huffington Post Blog – Sleep Disordered Breathing and Sleep Apnea Can Affect Pregnancy

Bringing a child into the world is a beautiful, amazing experience to be part of and no easy task placing great physical demand on the mother. Difficulties or complications can occur at any point from conception to delivery of a baby. Unfortunately, it can...

Entrenched opinions in the medical community have a way of lingering well past their prime, and so it goes with the continuing bias in favor of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). Simple tradition conspires to keep oral appliance therapy...

ASBA makes the Oral Appliance Case in the Halls of Congress

Entrenched opinions in the medical community have a way of lingering well past their prime, and so it goes with the continuing bias in favor of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). Simple tradition conspires to keep oral appliance therapy...

There are many exciting new things going on in the world of sleep! At the American Sleep and Breathing Academy (ASBA) we are constantly seeking ways to improve the clinician’s patient turnout, as well as the patient’s avenues of treatment. The ASBA publishes articles regularly, relevant to...

Are You Following The American Sleep and Breathing Academy on Social Media?

There are many exciting new things going on in the world of sleep! At the American Sleep and Breathing Academy (ASBA) we are constantly seeking ways to improve the clinician’s patient turnout, as well as the patient’s avenues of treatment. The ASBA publishes articles regularly, relevant to...

An inclusive study conducted by global research firm Frost & Sullivan, which factored in economics, sleep medicine, productivity, mental health, and accidents estimated that sleep apnea directly and indirectly costed untreated adults nearly $150 billion ($6,366 per person) that include… Read more on the...

Huffington Post: Sleep Disorders Are An Economic Burden – ASBA Leading The Industry In Awareness

An inclusive study conducted by global research firm Frost & Sullivan, which factored in economics, sleep medicine, productivity, mental health, and accidents estimated that sleep apnea directly and indirectly costed untreated adults nearly $150 billion ($6,366 per person) that include… Read more on the...

The problem of unauthorized CPAP sales has been something of an open secret in the sleep medicine community. The issue recently reached the virtual pages of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) online, where JAMA editors published the results of a study...

Unauthorized CPAP Sales Get Attention from JAMA

The problem of unauthorized CPAP sales has been something of an open secret in the sleep medicine community. The issue recently reached the virtual pages of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) online, where JAMA editors published the results of a study...

In June of this year under the direction of David Gergen, CEO of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy (ASBA), more than 300 comments were submitted by ASBA members to regulators charged with overseeing the transportation industry. Evidence of the positive impact made by ASBA...

Senate Committee Provides Response to ASBA Trip to Washington D.C.

In June of this year under the direction of David Gergen, CEO of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy (ASBA), more than 300 comments were submitted by ASBA members to regulators charged with overseeing the transportation industry. Evidence of the positive impact made by ASBA...

When you decide to attend a dental sleep educational course, where do you begin? You have to know who you’re learning from, credentials/experience of the organization and it’s speakers, and the method of instruction that will provide you with the desired outcome. At the...

Why the ASBA Study Club is the Best Dental Sleep Workshop in the Country

When you decide to attend a dental sleep educational course, where do you begin? You have to know who you’re learning from, credentials/experience of the organization and it’s speakers, and the method of instruction that will provide you with the desired outcome. At the...

Because over 80 percent of adults with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) remain undiagnosed, they have an increased likelihood of developing health problems, which includes obesity, heart, kidney, and liver disease. Many of these adults will undergo surgery at some point in their lives, and...

Huffington Post Blog-Sleep Apnea And Increased Surgical Complications

Because over 80 percent of adults with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) remain undiagnosed, they have an increased likelihood of developing health problems, which includes obesity, heart, kidney, and liver disease. Many of these adults will undergo surgery at some point in their lives, and...