Sleep Disorders Jeopardize Your Health
Millions of Americans suffer from one or more types of sleep disorders, each having a profound effect on their health and well-being. Most people are not aware that many sleep disorders can seriously jeopardize their health and their ability to function. The good news is that most of the many types of sleep disorders can be diagnosed and treated effectively.
We maintain a multi-disciplinary approach to diagnosing and treating sleep disorders. It is our goal to help restore a patient’s quality of life.
Normal sleep has a vital active brain function. Our mood, our ability to learn, and our ability to remain alert while awake depend on a good night’s sleep. Sleep disorders are characterized by difficulty falling asleep, maintaining sleep, abnormal sleep, or difficulty maintaining alertness while awake. An estimated 50% % or more of the population suffers from some type of sleep disorder, such as sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, and many others.