Restful, quality sleep is essential for good health. Most sleep disturbances can be treated, and the first step is often a sleep study. At the Garden City Hospital Center for Sleep Disorders at the Specialty Centers of Westland, patients receive specialized sleep evaluations, diagnosis, and treatment for a variety of health problems that prevent and disrupt restorative sleep. A team of board-certified physicians, polysomnographic technologists, and a certified medical assistant specializing in sleep medicine work together to make restful sleep a reality.
Symptoms of Sleep Disorders
Common symptoms of sleep disorders are:
Daytime sleepiness, fatigue, irritability, or difficulty concentrating
Difficulty falling or staying asleep
Snoring, choking, or gasping during sleep
An achy, creeping or burning feeling in the legs when reclined
Use of caffeine or other medications to stay awake
Common Sleep Disorders
Listed below are some common sleep disorders that can be diagnosed and treated at the Center for Sleep Disorders:
Restless Leg Syndrome
A sleep study involves spending at least one night at the Garden City Hospital Center for Sleep Disorders. You will enjoy a comfortable, private room, much like a hotel room. During your study, electrodes transmit and record your sleep patterns and specific information about your physical activities, such as breathing, brain waves, heart activity and eye and muscle movements, while you sleep. The recordings become data, which is analyzed by Center for Sleep Disorders physicians and staff to determine the nature of your sleep disorder.
Make an Appointment
If you have any of these common symptoms, schedule a sleep study today by calling the Garden City Hospital Center for Sleep Disorders at 734-458-3330. The Center for Sleep Disorders is located at the Specialty Centers of Westland, 35600 Central City Parkway, across from Westland Mall.
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