Specialties

  • Common Sleep Disorders Treated at the Sleep Disorder Center

  • Insomnia - The inability to fall asleep or stay asleep and perhaps the most commonly reported sleep disorder.

    Narcolepsy - Those with narcolepsy experience excessive drowsiness during daytime hours and attacks of irresistible sleep at unexpected times.

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OAS) -  A condition in which a person has episodes of blocked breathing during sleep. This disorder is marked by loud, frequent snoring, often in conjunction with other symptoms, The person may experience pauses in breathing while sleeping, followed by gasps or a loud snore. Daytime sleepiness is also associated with sleep apnea.

    Parasomnias - Sleepwalking, night terrors and acting out dreams fall within this category.

    Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) and Periodic Limb Movements (PLM) - Involuntary leg or arm movements prior to and during sleep can disrupt sleep patterns and lead to daytime sleepiness.

    Find additional sleep apnea support and resources from the American Sleep Apnea Association.

    For further questions or to schedule a sleep study appointment, call 720-321-8000.