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Sleep ApneaDo you have trouble sleeping?  Take the Sleep Quiz to find out if you may have a sleep disorder.

A good night’s rest is directly related to your overall health and well-being. One-third of all Americans have a sleep disorder at some time in their lives.

There are many types of sleep-related problems:

  • tossing and turning
  • unable to sleep through most of the night
  • tired and miserable even after a full night’s sleep
  • morning headaches
  • lack of concentration 
  • memory problems
  • mood swings or feelings of depression
  • a need to urinate frequently at night
  • decreased interest in sex
The Center for Sleep Disorders staff is highly skilled in sleep medicine. We are here to help insure quality and that our patients get results.  If you have a sleep disorder, talk with your doctor to see about getting help.

Can you hold your breath for 30 seconds 300 times a night?

Sleep disorders affect children, too

  • Children with sleep disordered breathing are significantly more likely to exhibit behavioral and emotional problems, including hyperactivity, anxiety, depression, social issues with peer, and conduct problems including aggressiveness.
  • Children who exhibit aggressive and bullying behavior in school are twice as likely to have some form of sleep disordered breathing. 
  • Children with sleep disordered breathing demonstrated lower intellectual abilities than those without.  Cognitive impairment existed regardless of the degree of severity of the sleep disorder.
  • Children with untreated sleep apnea may be hyperactive and may be diagnosed with attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Did you know?

  • 50% of congestive heart failure patients have sleep apnea.
  • 80% of diabetic patients were found to have undiagnosed moderate to severe sleep apnea.
  • 50% of hypertensive patients have undiagnosed sleep apnea.
  • People with untreated sleep apnea have twice the risk of stroke.
  • People with untreated sleep apnea have five times the risk of a fatal heart attack.
  • People with untreated sleep apnea have six times the risk of being involved in a serious or fatal traffic accident.

Take the sleep apnea risk assessment