|WHAT WE DO
PERIODIC LIMB MOVEMENT DISORDER
If you are experiencing "creepy-crawly" feelings in your legs at night
or even more violent jerking motions that awaken you from sleep, you
are dealing with a common sleep disorder. Known as periodic limb
movement disorder (PLMD), it is marked by frequent, involuntary muscle
spasms that are more than irritating or uncomfortable. They can also
impact the quality or amount of your sleep, which can lead to a host of
other health or social issues.
We can accurately diagnose your condition with an advanced
polysomnographic test. If we determine that you have PLMD, we will
create an individualized treatment program that can bring you welcome
relief. Now is the time to put your PLMD problem to rest. Call TOLL FREE (866) 348-7657 and schedule your consultation today.
NARCOLEPSY & CATAPLEXY
Narcolepsy is a chronic sleep disorder that causes people to fall
asleep at inappropriate times for anywhere between a few seconds up to
30 minutes. In other words, their daytime sleepiness is so excessive
that it causes them to suffer sleep "attacks" in the course of their
normal daily activities even after a full night's sleep. Narcoleptics
may suddenly fall asleep while they are talking, walking, eating,
driving or working.
which is a common symptom in narcolepsy, is characterized by a sudden
inability to talk or move, sagging facial muscles, limpness in the neck
or knees and complete body collapse when falling asleep or waking.
Cataplexy may also bring hallucinations and frightening dreamlike
We can accurately diagnose narcolepsy and
cataplexy using state-of-the-art polysomnographic tests as well as the
multiple sleep latency test (MSLT). Plus, we can effectively treat
these sleep disorders using some of the most effective treatments
available. And you'll be happy to know we pride ourselves on providing
friendly, patient-first care... every step of the way. If you or a
loved one is experiencing the symptoms of narcolepsy, call TOLL FREE (866) 348-7657 and schedule your consultation today.
Can't sleep? You are not alone. Surveys of the general population
suggest that 58% (according to the National Sleep Foundation) of adults
have brief periods of difficulty sleeping at some time in their lives.
For about 10% of this group, the problem becomes chronic. When patients
have persistent difficulty in falling asleep, staying asleep or waking
too early, the diagnosis is insomnia. The consequences of ongoing poor
quality or insufficient sleep include daytime drowsiness, poor
concentration and the inability to feel refreshed and rested the next
day. Beyond that, however, studies have shown that those with chronic
insomnia are more likely to experience major depression or develop an
anxiety disorder when compared to the general population. In addition,
people with insomnia are at higher risk for automobile accidents and
poor job and school performance.
No matter what type
of insomnia you're suffering from, you'll find leading-edge solutions at Complete Sleep Analysis. To discover the difference we can make in your sleep quality and quality of life, call TOLL FREE (866) 348-7657 and schedule your
Every night, sleep apnea causes more than 18 million Americans to stop
breathing periodically during their sleep. Sleep apnea "episodes" can
cause you to involuntarily stop breathing for 10 to 60 seconds up to 30
times an hour or more while sleeping. Yet despite the presence of clear
signs and symptoms — and despite seeing family physicians — some 80% to
90% of those with the disorder remain undiagnosed for an average of
seven years. The good news? Complete Sleep Analysis offers state-of-the-art testing and treatment for sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that needs to be diagnosed and treated. To learn more, call TOLL FREE (866) 348-7657 and schedule your consultation today.
TAKE OUR SIMPLE QUIZ
If you experience any of the symptomss below,
you may have a sleep disorder. To learn more, contact Complete Sleep Analysis today!
episodes of breathing stoppage during sleep; gasping or snorting for
air during sleep; excessive daytime sleepiness; morning headaches;
difficulty falling asleep at night; or difficulty waking up in the
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