Sleep Studies, Home Studies, Consultations, and CPAP Clinics
Your all-in-one sleep disorder center.
  1. About 80% to 90% of persons with sleep apnea go undiagnosed.
    (Internal Medicine: Doctors for Adults)
  2. More than 2 million children suffer from sleep disorders, and some estimate that 30% to 40% of children do not get enough sleep.
    (National Institutes of Health,
    NationalCenter for Sleep Disorder Research)
  3. Narcolepsy affects as many as 200,000 Americans, and fewer than 50,000 are diagnosed.
    (National Institutes of Health,
    NationalCenter for Sleep Disorder Research)
  4. In a 2004 telephone survey, adults with commonly diagnosed health conditions (such as high blood pressure, arthritis, heartburn, depression) were nearly twice as likely to report frequent daytime sleepiness as those who do not have any of these conditions.
    (National Sleep Foundation’s 2005 Sleep in America Poll)
  5. Is sleep taboo? In a 2004 survey, 70% of Americans said that their physicians had never asked them about their sleep and more than 50% said they would not discuss their sleep with their doctors.
    (National Sleep Foundation’s 2005 Sleep in America Poll)
  6. Among American adults surveyed in 2004, 75% said they had at least on symptom of a sleep problem, such as snoring or waking during the night. For 24% of the people surveyed, these sleep problems were severe enough to affect their daily activities.
    (National Sleep Foundation’s 2005 Sleep in America Poll)

 

REASONS TO HAVE A SLEEP STUDY:

  • Sleep apnea
  • Snoring
  • Restless Legs
  • Obesity
  • Fragmented Sleep
  • Narcolepsy
  • Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
  • Morning Headaches
  • Night Terrors
  • Sleepwalking
  • Sleep Paralysis
  • Nocturnal Seizures

***Please screen your patients with the Berlin Questionnaire.***