The Sleep-Weight Link "Obesity is obviously a very complex issue, and no one is suggesting that lack of sleep is the cause of the obesity epidemic," says Carl Hunt, director of the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
What does NCSDR stand for?
NCSDR stands for National Center on Sleep Disorders Research (National Institutes of Health Heart, Lung and Blood Institute)
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He is past chairman of the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research Advisory Board at the National Institutes of Health and past president of the United States Sleep Research Society, the American Sleep Disorders Association, and the National Sleep Foundation.
For more information on sleep disorders, contact the National Sleep Foundation, (202) 347-3471; the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Information Center's National Center on Sleep Disorders Research, (301) 251-1222; or the American Sleep Apnea Association, (202) 293-3650.