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Having a sleep disorder can make you feel tired constantly, even after a full night's sleep. You may find yourself having trouble concentrating at work or even while driving. In some cases, a sleep disorder can lead to high blood pressure, ischemic heart disease, or even a heart attack. Recent studies show that people with undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea are 5 times more likely to experience cardiovascular-related deaths and 6 times more likely to be involved in a car accident. Take back control of your life with the help of St. Claire's Sleep Center.

The Sleep Center is equipped with the latest technologies to diagnose and treat sleep disorders. Our staff is specially trained registered polysomnographic technologists and licensed respiratory care practitioners. An overnight sleep study is conducted in one of our bedroom suites to pinpoint the cause of the sleep disturbance or the cause of excessive daytime sleepiness.

Our Sleep Center’s staff is here to help. The center is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of the complete range of sleep related disorders. We focus on sleep-related breathing disorders, such as excessive snoring and sleep apnea. We also treat and diagnose other sleep disorders, such as narcolepsy, restless leg syndrome, REM behavior disorders, and insomnia.

All Sleep Center services are conducted at the convenient St. Claire Outpatient Center. Our center is equipped with the latest in advanced technology and our four private, home-like rooms—complete with private restrooms—provide comfort and privacy for everyone.

If you can answer "Yes" to any of the following questions, ask your healthcare provider for a comprehensive sleep assessment referral to St. Claire’s fully accredited sleep lab:

  • Do I fall asleep at inappropriate times, such as during meetings or in church?
  • Do I have high blood pressure that is not responding to treatment or is difficult to treat?
  • Do I get sleepy while driving?
  • Am I excessively tired or fatigued during the day?

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