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Sleep Disorders Center

Do you snore, or struggle to stay awake and alert during the day even after a full night of sleep? You may suffer from a sleep disorder, a condition that prevents valuable sleep—and affects your health and quality of life. West Tennessee Healthcare Sleep Disorders Center can help.

Understanding Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders, including obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, narcolepsy and parasomnias, can dramatically affect your quality of life and long-term health. Understanding the cause—and finding appropriate treatment for sleep disorders—can help you feel your best and improve your sleep quality.

Sleep Study: What You Need to Know

If you suffer from poor sleep or feel drowsy during the day, undergoing a sleep study at West Tennessee Healthcare is the first step toward treatment. During a sleep study, sleep technicians monitor a patient’s brain waves, heart rate, movements, and breathing. This complete evaluation provides West Tennessee Health physicians with information to form a diagnosis and treatment plan.

West Tennessee’s First Choice for the Treatment of Sleep Disorders

Don’t suffer with fatigue and poor sleep—specialists at West Tennessee Healthcare Sleep Disorders Center can help. Access complete care from a team of specialists—including board-certified sleep medicine physicians, nurse practitioners, neurologists, pulmonologists, otolaryngologists, and clinical psychologists—and more:

  • Prompt scheduling and short wait times
  • A tranquil and relaxing outpatient setting
  • Advanced digital technology and equipment
  • Fully qualified staff, including board-certified sleep medicine physicians, board-registered polysomnographic technologists, and certified and registered respiratory therapists
  • Centers accredited by The Joint Commission Ambulatory Care Accreditation Program and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine

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