From daytime sleepiness to sleepwalking, our specialists can help you get the rest you need. We treat a variety of sleep disorders in adults and children of all ages, including babies as young as six months old.
Expert care so you can sleep soundly
At. St. Vincent Healthcare, we provide proven solutions for better sleep to people in Billings; Lewistown; Havre; Cody, Wyoming and beyond. Our sleep center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and The Joint Commission so you can trust our expertise and have confidence in our commitment to quality. The sleep disorders we treat include:
- Sleep apnea
- Medically complex sleep disorders –A sleep disorder in combination with another condition, such as diabetes or a heart condition
- Restless leg syndrome (RLS)
- Periodic limb movement syndrome – Involuntary movement of legs or arms during sleep that can contribute to insomnia
- Circadian rhythm disorders – Disruption of natural sleep rhythms such as jet lag and shift work sleep disorder
- Parasomnias such as sleepwalking and night terrors
- Hypersomnolence – Excessive daytime sleepiness
See how we treat sleep disorders.
Childhood sleep disorders
If your child isn’t getting restful sleep, we can help. The sleep study rooms on our pediatric floor are designed especially for kids, and our team is trained in sleep studies for children as young as six months old.
Children’s sleep disorders may cause the following symptoms:
- Snoring or noisy breathing during sleep
- Excessive daytime sleepiness
- Attention deficit hyperactivity
- Irritability during the day
- School difficulties
- "Odd" sleep behaviors
If your child has any of these symptoms he or she might need a sleep study to diagnose a childhood sleep disorder. For questions call our sleep center at 406-238-6800 or talk to your physician.
Good news for your child
While sleep disorders come in varying degrees, the good news is the majority of them can be treated. We focus on understanding the underlying causes of your child’s disorder; we don’t just treat the symptoms. Once you have recognized your child has a sleeping disorder, trust our team to guide you through finding the right treatment for you and your family.
As your child adjusts to treatment, we’re available to answer any questions and help you and your family learn about and maintain healthy sleep habits.
If you snore or are sleepy and irritable during the day, you might have sleep apnea, the most common sleep disorder. Our sleep studies can diagnose sleep apnea and set up therapy called continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) to improve airflow while you sleep.
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) help
People who have sleep apnea report that CPAP masks and machines provide life-changing relief from grogginess and fatigue. Our sleep specialists will help you fit, adjust and properly use your CPAP device so you feel rested, energized and ready for the day. Come to us at any time if you have questions about your CPAP equipment.