Sleep Disorders Center, Sleep Center
Regular, restful sleep is vital in maintaining optimal health. Sleep is a human need as basic as food, and is essential to emotional and physical well-being. A lack of quality, consistent sleep can have profound effects, which can make even simple tasks difficult.
For the most part, sleep disorders go undiagnosed and untreated. Some researchers estimate that 40 million people have sleep apnea or a related sleep disorder, but less than a million are aware of it.
The medical community continues to better understand the importance of proper rest and how to identify and treat conditions that prevent proper sleep. Fortunately all that's required in most cases is a sleep study—and a well-qualified staff to evaluate it. That's where we come in.