Sleeping to Sleep

There are many contributing factors to sleeping disorders. Having continuous complaints about your sleep cycle may most likely mean you have a sleeping disorder. Experiencing restless nights, snoring, disrupted breathing, extreme fatigue during the day, headaches, moodiness, unusual behaviors (sleepwalking), or even nightmares, are all good indicators that you are probably suffering from a sleeping disorder.

Some people that work odd hours, such as early morning shifts or shifts that last all night, are at a higher risk for sleeping disorders. People who are overweight, in poor health, or are taking a variety of medications have a higher chance of developing a sleeping disorders.

Treatment for sleep disorders vary, but may include lifestyle changes, medication, respiratory equipment, or surgery. Contact us today to get started.

Our DSM Sleep Specialists experts specialize in the treatment of all types of sleep disorders