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Sleep is a basic necessity of life. It is as important as air, food, and water. Getting a good night's sleep and waking up refreshed can be difficult for many people. It is estimated that approximately one third of the U.S. population regularly fails to get a good night’s sleep. While many sleep disturbances may be minor and may not seem serious enough to seek medical attention, disorders such as sleep apnea, chronic insomnia, narcolepsy or restless leg syndrome can have serious health consequences. Problems may include excessive daytime sleepiness, fatigue, and inability to concentrate. This may affect your overall quality of life. Sleep apnea may contribute or lead to high blood pressure (hypertension), heart disease, and stroke. Most sleep disorders can be diagnosed and treated through a comprehensive evaluation and if indicated an overnight sleep test.
We offer comprehensive state of the art testing in our Sleep Center and provide expert consultations, follow up visits and referral services. If you or a loved one suffers from snoring, fatigue, difficulties breathing at night, and/or restless sleep, start finding solutions today. We personalize your care by combining your special needs with our specialized patient treatment and education. You can trust our personnel to offer quality, experience, compassion, and personal care to you and your family.
Visit our Sleep Medicine website to learn more.
1711 E. Arlington Blvd.