Good sleep is an essential component of good health. Research has shown that sleep problems can lead to a host of other issues, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity and more. If you're one of the millions of Americans who have trouble sleeping or staying awake, it's time to take control for a healthier you.
The Valley Approach to Sleep Medicine
The Center for Sleep Medicine at The Valley Hospital provides advanced diagnosis and treatment for a variety of sleep disorders and ailments, in patients of any age. The center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine - a voluntary accreditation that demonstrates Valley’s commitment to high-quality, patient-centered care.
- Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)
- Periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD)
- Restless leg syndrome (RLS)
- Narcolepsy and excessive daytime sleepiness
- Difficulty falling asleep and/or staying asleep
- Other unusual sleep behavior
The Center for Sleep Medicine offers a wide range of in-center and at-home sleep services, including:
- Overnight sleep studies
- Daytime sleep studies
- Wakefulness testing
- Patient education
- PAP management
- Home sleep apnea testing
- Sleep pattern and circadian rhythm monitoring
- Portable EEG monitoring
Do I Have a Sleep Disorder?
The National Institutes of Health estimates that as many as 70 million Americans struggle with chronic sleep loss or other sleep problems. Are you one of them?
- Do you feel sleepy or fall asleep while watching TV, reading the newspaper, working or driving?
- Do you snore?
- Do you have episodes of gasping, choking or coughing during the night?
- Do you wake frequently at night?
- Do you have trouble concentrating or remaining alert during the daytime?
- Do you have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep?
- Do you have difficulty keeping your legs still at night?
- Do you feel creepy, crawly or tingly sensations in your legs at night?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, talk to your doctor, schedule a sleep consultation with one of our specialists, or contact the Center for Sleep Medicine to see if you may benefit from a sleep study.