Sleep Disorders

What's keeping you up?

It is estimated that more than 50 million adults in the United States experience some kind of sleep disturbance. Until recently, little was known about the mysteries of sleep and sleep disorders. Few diagnostic tests and effective treatments were available. Consequently, many people suffered for years without proper evaluation and care. How much sleep should an adult get? Sleep experts recommend 7-9 hours a night, but most adults in the United States fall slightly short averaging 6.9 hours each night.

man in a business suit sitting on a couch leaning his head backThe most common sleep disorders include:

  • Insomnia: inadequate quality or quantity of sleep
  • Snoring: abnormal breathing and sleep disruptions
  • Sleep Apnea: serious breathing disruptions
  • Restless Leg Syndrome: neurological movement disorder
  • Narcolepsy: sudden involuntary, excessive daytime sleepiness

But now, thanks to advancements in medical research and technology, there are facilities equipped to uncover the sleep disorders that disturb you at night.

Treatment depends on the diagnosis and the severity of the illness. Our center features a multidisciplinary team of neurologists, pulmonologists, and technologists who observe sleep behavior and collect the data that will be analyzed to help diagnose your condition.

To learn more about our Sleep Disorder Centers, call (813) 870-4450.