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Sleep Disorders

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When you can’t get a good night’s sleep, turn to the sleep experts at Cone Health and Cone Health Medical Group. We’ll help you discover the source of your sleep troubles and recommend effective treatment strategies so you can get the rest you need.

Do I Have a Sleep Disorder?

Tell your primary care provider if you experience symptoms such as:

  • Bedwetting
  • Chronic snoring
  • Cramping or tingling sensations in your legs at night
  • Difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep or maintaining a regular sleep-wake cycle
  • Daytime drowsiness, even after a full night’s rest
  • Irregular or interrupted breathing during sleep
  • Twitching or jerking in your arms or legs during sleep
  • Unusual sleep behaviors, such as nightmares, night terrors, sleepwalking or physically acting out dreams while asleep

Your doctor may be able to diagnose your condition based on your symptoms. Or you may need a sleep study and a comprehensive sleep consultation with a board-certified sleep medicine specialist.

What are Sleep Studies?

Sleep studies are painless, noninvasive tests that collect detailed information about how your body functions while you sleep. Your doctor uses this information to diagnose your condition and create a treatment plan tailored to you.

You’ll probably come to one of our sleep centers for your study. In some cases, you may be able to choose a home sleep test – a safe, effective and less-expensive alternative for individuals who may have obstructive sleep apnea.

Learn about the sleep studies we offer.

Sleep Studies for Children

Choose Cone Health for sleep tests for toddlers, children and teenagers. Count on us to help your child feel comfortable and relaxed. Bring a favorite stuffed animal, blanket or pillow, as well as books, movies or games to enjoy together before bed. You’ll stay overnight with your child in the sleep center.

Learn about sleep problems in children.

Home-Like Sleep Centers

Sleep CenterWhen you come to a Cone Health Sleep Disorders Center for your sleep study, you’ll stay in a comfortable, private room. Just like in a hotel, you’ll have a full-size or queen bed with high-quality linens, a private bathroom, and access to temperature control.

Enjoy using our Wi-Fi, watching television or reading a book from home before you go to sleep. In the morning, you’ll find coffee and refreshments.

Rest assured you’re getting high-quality care at our sleep centers.

Knowledgeable, Trained Staff

A registered polysomnographic technologist™ (RPSGT)—the highest certification for health care professionals who assess patients with sleep disorders—monitors your sleep study at Cone Health.

Afterward, a board-certified sleep medicine doctor interprets your data and shares the results with you and your referring physician.

Do You Need a Sleep Study

Ask for a Referral

You’ll need a physician’s referral for a sleep study at a Cone Health Sleep Disorders Center.

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