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Untreated sleep disorders can have significant medical and social consequences. Excessive sleepiness may impair work efficiency, affect mood and increase the risk of injury on the job or while driving. Sleep-related breathing disorders are associated with high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke.

Symptoms Include:

  • Excessive daytime sleeping
  • Involuntary dozing during the day
  • Difficulty falling or staying asleep
  • Unusually loud snoring
  • Kicking movements of the legs during sleep
  • Decreased memory or concentration
  • Depression
  • Sensation of leg restlessness
  • Diagnosing Sleep Disorders

We offer a comprehensive evaluation of patients with sleep-related complaints. After an evaluation by one of the Sleep Center physicians, patients may be referred for an overnight sleep study. In some cases, additional day studies may be needed as well. Sophisticated diagnostic equipment is used to non-invasively monitor brain, heart, respiratory and  muscle activity during sleep. Most insurance companies provide coverage for these studies.

Treatment for Sleep Disorders

Most sleep disorders can be successfully and safely treated. Depending on the diagnosis, treatment may include continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy for breathing disorders, medication, behavioral modification, or consultation with another medical specialist, such as an ENT physician.