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How Do Sleep Centers Help with Sleep Disorders?

How Do Sleep Centers Help with Sleep Disorders?

Rest Easy with Our Sleep Center Services

Sleep Doesn’t Have to Be Such a Headache

Did you know that over 50 million people across the United States live with sleep disorders of some sort? These staggering statistics alone are enough to leave anyone feeling fatigued. While there are many reasons someone may experience restless or interrupted sleep throughout the night, the most common sleep disorders include:

  • Insomnia
  • Sleep apnea
  • Restless legs syndrome
  • Narcolepsy

If you are living with one of the above conditions or another disorder that is affecting your sleep, don’t hesitate to contact Henry County Hospital today at 419.591.3871. We’ll assess your condition and symptoms to determine the cause of your restless nights and get you started on a personalized treatment plan geared toward helping you sleep better once again.

Advanced Care from Experienced Sleep Technicians

Our sleep medicine specialist is highly experienced in treating all types of sleep disorders for patients throughout Northwest Ohio. As stated by the Community for Sleep-Care Professionals, a sleep technician can help with several different aspects of sleep medicine, including, but not limited to:

  • Clinical assessments
  • Monitoring
  • Testing
  • Prevention
  • Disorder management

How Do Sleep Centers Help with Sleep Disorders?

As stated by the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, multidisciplinary sleep centers (such as the one we offer at Henry County Hospital) can facilitate care that is high-quality, convenient, and cost-effective. Our sleep center provides diagnostic testing in a comfortable environment and utilizes non-invasive equipment to monitor patients as they sleep. During your sleep study, certain factors will be closely assessed by your sleep technician to diagnose disorders and design a plan for treatment. These factors may include:

  • Sleep movement
  • Body position
  • Heart rate
  • Respiratory system
  • Muscle activity
  • Oxygen levels
  • Brain activity
  • And more
If you have trouble sleeping or believe you may be struggling with a sleep disorder, our sleep center services could help you rest easy. Contact us today to schedule your initial appointment and get started on the first steps toward improved sleep!