Good sleep is essential to good health, but sometimes getting quality sleep can be a challenge. Everyone at one time or another has experienced trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or feeling sleepy during the day. People with a sleep disorder experience these and more serious symptoms frequently. There are nearly 85 known sleep disorders. One in three people have a sleep disorder, yet 95% of these disorders remain undiagnosed and untreated.
At the newly renovated Sleep Center at Wilson Medical Center, we provide advanced care for a variety of sleep disorders. Medical Director Sayeed Hossain, M.D., is board certified in internal, pulmonary and sleep medicines.
If you suffer from daytime fatigue or have trouble falling asleep, take the simple test below to see what you can do about it.
Sleep studies are non-invasive procedures and consist of monitoring several vital functions to determine if you have a sleep disorder and if there is an underlying health condition. By having a sleep study, your physician will be better equipped to find the best possible treatment solution so you can sleep well tonight for a better tomorrow. Home sleep studies are also available.
Talk to your doctor about having a sleep study to determine if you are one of the millions of Americans suffering from a sleep disorder.