Sleep problems may contribute to serious health conditions such as depression, heart disease, and stroke. Sleep problems may also contribute to mishaps such as motor vehicle accidents and job loss. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, more than 100 million Americans of all ages do not get a good night’s sleep. In fact, an estimated one-in-three people have symptoms of a sleep disorder.
The Sleep Disorder Center at the Bayshore Medical Center provides the latest in sleep medicine. You will be evaluated by licensed medical professionals and respiratory therapists, who record and monitor a variety of actions, including:
- Brain waves
- Muscle tone
- Eye movement
- Leg movement
- Heart rate
- Respiratory rate
- Oxygen levels
We provide quick, accurate results so our sleep doctors and specialists can recommend the best treatment for you. We also offer day studies for shift workers or people with insomnia.
Our sleep clinic offers private rooms have all the comforts of home, including flat-screen televisions and walk-in showers. We are wheelchair accessible and bariatric friendly.
Sleep studies are conducted seven nights a week, 8:00 pm. – 6:00 am., and Monday through Thursday (7:00 am.-3:00 pm.) for daytime studies. For more information, please call (713) 359-5337.