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More than 60 million Americans suffer from various sleep disorders which causes a loss of much needed sleep. Moreover, left untreated, sleep disorders can have a devastating impact on health and quality of life. Hypertension, cardiac disease, anxiety, depression, as well as traffic accidents have been linked to inadequate sleep.

A sleep study provides the information your physician needs to make a proper diagnosis and provide effective treatment recommendations.

Experiencing any of the symptoms below could be an indicator that you may be suffering from a sleep disorder.

  • Snoring
  • Frequent Awakenings
  • Restless, Unrefreshed Sleep
  • Morning Headaches
  • Repetitive Leg Movements
  • Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
  • Falling Asleep Uncontrollably
  • Irritability, Mood Swings
  • Depression
  • Memory Loss
  • Impotence or Loss of Libido

We offer complete care for these as well as other sleep disorders:
Sleep Apnea - A condition whereby one stops breathing during sleep. It is typically caused by an obstruction or blockage in the upper airway.
Insomnia - If you have trouble falling asleep, find it nearly impossible to remain asleep during the night, wake up too early in the morning or still feel tired after a full nights sleep, you probably suffer from insomnia.
Narcolepsy - A disorder characterized by uncontrollable attacks of sleepiness. In addition some patients experience impaired concentration, blurred vision and brief episodes of muscle weakness.
Restless Leg Syndrome - RLS involves repetitive movement of the legs or arms to relieve an uncomfortable sensation described as a ‘creepy-crawly' feeling. It can also cause insomnia.

At the Sleep center, you’ll find the most advanced, state of the art equipment and techniques to diagnose and treat your sleep disorder.

Your family physician can refer you to the sleep center for a sleep test or for a consultation with our Sleep Specialist. The Doctor can diagnose the sleep disorder as well as prescribe treatment.

If you or someone you know suffers from these symptoms or sleep disorders please call the Sleep Health office at (732) 364-3530 to schedule an appointment.


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