We offer the convenience of diagnostic and therapeutic overnight studies right here in our convenient facility. This provides a level of comfort that is not seen in hospital-style atmospheres. A diagnostic polysomnogram (PSG) will monitor multiple body functions: brain wave patterns, eye movements, muscle activity or skeletal muscle activation, and hearth rhythms during sleep. More specifically to the identification of sleep disorders, the PSG will monitor breathing functions, respiratory airflow and effort, and pulse oximetry (Oxygen level). We then use this data to identify or rule out different types of sleep disorders: narcolepsy, idiopathic hypersomnia, period limb movement disorder (PLMD), REM behavior disorder, parasomnias, and sleep apnea.
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