Ask your doctor if a sleep study is right for you.
Sleep is the fuel for your day. Running on empty can affect your energy, ability to function and long-term health. If you have sleep deprivation or other sleep issues, our specialists can help you get rest so you can be at your best.
How we treat sleep disorders
Most sleep disorders are diagnosed during a sleep study and treated with medication or a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) mask or machine. Some sleep disorders may benefit from behavioral changes, weight loss and surgery, such as the removal of adenoids or tonsils to open the airway.
Sleep studies include a number of different painless tests to measure sleep characteristics and identify sleep disorders. We typically measure brain wave activity, eye movement, muscle movement and electrical heart activity. In addition, we may also perform a multiple sleep latency test (MSLT), which looks at how long it takes you to fall asleep, or a multiple wake test (MWT), which tests if you can stay awake for specified periods of time.
Sleep studies are typically performed during your normal sleeping hours and can take place during the night or day. In some cases, they can be done in your home.
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A CPAP machine or mask provides a constant flow of air to keep your airway open so you can sleep better. Our team will help find the right equipment for you and make sure it fits you right no matter how many visits it takes.
CPAP is highly effective in treating sleep apnea. Regular use can help you get deeper, better sleep, improve your energy and keep you from feeling tired or irritated during the day.