Disturbed sleep can lead to life-threatening medical problems such as high blood pressure, depression or heart attack and can limit overall quality of life. A sleep study can be used to determine whether any sleep-related abnormalities are present and are preventing a person from obtaining restful, restorative sleep.
The most common types of sleep disturbances are insomnia and daytime sleepiness, which may be a result of more serious sleep disorders. Overnight sleep testing is a procedure covered by most insurance plans and can help determine what, if any, sleep abnormalities are preventing the quality sleep needed for a quality life.
Good Night Sleep Wellness Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM)* and offers evaluations for all medically recognized sleep disorders.