Do you or your spouse wake up tired and restless? Do you wake throughout the night tossing and turning? Do you often experience fatigue? Take the first step to a good night’s sleep and all the health benefits that it brings by making an appointment with our Sleep Disorders Lab in Milan.
Sleep studies are provided on Tuesday and Wednesday nights at Milan General Hospital on the third floor.
Call Robbie Marcle to set up an appointment at 723-3333.
The lack of sleep is linked to long-term health consequences, including chronic medical conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. Studies have also shown a connection of sleep habits with obesity, hypertension, mood disorders, immune functions and shortened life expectancy.
We diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, including:
Approximately 40 million Americans suffer from chronic long-term sleep disorders. Diagnosing and treating sleep problems can lead to a better quality of life. Insomnia, sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome (RLS), narcolepsy, snoring and other sleep disorders prevent many from getting valuable sleep.
To diagnose a sleep disorder, we recommend an overnight sleep study. Our sleep specialists and technicians will monitor your sleep patterns to determine the most appropriate treatment options for your condition. The application of the monitoring wires is painless. While you are sleeping, the sleep technician will monitor all of the information being collected. The data collected will include brain waves to determine which stage of sleep you are in, air flow from the mouth and nose, oxygen saturation levels, respiratory rate, heart rate, body position, eye movements, snoring sounds, leg movements and breathing events.
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