Why a Sleep Study?

Diagnostic Sleep Clinic

A sleep study (also called a 'polysomnogram') is a test which measures many aspects of your sleep to find the cause of your sleep problems.  This test measures brain function, heart and breathing activity, muscle activity and also analyzes sleep time and quality.  Measurements are done while you sleep in our clinic.  A sleep study is a critical part of the overall sleep assessment and when combined with your symptoms, assists to diagnose and treat your sleep disturbance.

Sleep Apnea, Restless Leg Syndrome, Narcolepsy, and other sleep disorders can be diagnosed with an overnight sleep study.

Medical Conditions Associated with Sleep Disorders include:


  • High Blood Pressure

  • Congestive Heart Failure

  • Heart Attacks

  • Strokes

  • Angina at night

  • Heart Rhythm complications

  • Migraines

  • Acid Reflux

  • Nighttime Asthma

  • Diabetes

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The Diagnostic Sleep Clinic offers a pleasant bedroom setting to make your overnight evaluation as comfortable as possible.  The lab contains 6 fully equipped bedrooms and quality monitoring equipment to ensure accurate data collection.  Sleep studies are performed 7 nights a week for patient scheduling flexibility.

If you think you are experiencing sleep deprivation due to sleep apnea or find you feel drowsy throughout the day, consult with your physician and see if a sleep study can provide some answers...

People with Sleep Disorders can also have these symptoms:
  • persistent fatigue
  • poor quality sleep
  • frequent wakenings from sleep
  • choking or gasping during sleep
  • sweating during sleep
  • frequent headache, especially in the morning
  • frequent urinating during the night
  • sleep walking
  • chronic depression
  • irritability
  • impotence
  • car and workplace accidents
  • children may develop poor school performance, irritability, attention deficit disorder, and bedwetting