Sleep Evaluation Services

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Sleep problems can mean more than just feeling tired.

An estimated 50 to 70 million Americans struggle with some form of a sleep disorder, which means they aren’t regularly getting a good night’s rest. For some people, the effects are transient. But for others, lack of a good night's sleep long term can put them at risk for depression, diabetes, heart attack, hypertension, obesity, and stroke.

Beaumont has the most advanced sleep evaluation services from board-certified sleep medicine physicians and registered sleep technologists. To help diagnose and treat your patient’s sleep disorder, we offer services for patients of all ages (including children).

Sleep disorders

A sleep disorder is something that interrupts a person's normal, healthy sleep patterns. Symptoms of a sleep disorder can include snoring, interrupted breathing, excessive daytime sleepiness and sleepwalking. Long-term sleep loss and untreated sleep disorders can have a profound and diverse impact on health, behavior and quality of life. A formal sleep evaluation is the safest and most reliable method for diagnosing sleep-related medical conditions. A formal sleep evaluation can also provide results that reassure you and your family that your sleep patterns are normal.


There are more than 80 known sleep disorders. Some of the most common include:


Additional resources

American Academy of Sleep Medicine
http://www.aasmnet.org/
American Academy of Sleep Medicine
Sleep Education
http://www.sleepeducation.org/
Sleep Education

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