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Don't lie awake at night wondering if you have a sleep disorder. Take a simple assessment to find out.
It is estimated that approximately 45 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, many without realizing that they have a disorder and the impact that sleep deprivation plays in their overall health.
Remember that a sleep disorder affects or disrupts sleep activity. For more information on sleep disorder symptoms visit our Health Library page.
Signs and symptoms vary but often include:
disruptive sleep patterns
difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep activity
abnormal breathing during sleep
Commonly diagnosed sleep disorders include:
How do I know if I have a sleep disorder?
- Check the items that apply to you:
- I have been told that I snore.
- I stop breathing in my sleep.
- I have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep.
- I don't feel refreshed, even after sleeping all night.
- I am tired all the time.
- I doze off during the day and I have fallen asleep while driving
- I am forgetful or have trouble concentrating.
- I often take sleep pills to fall asleep.
- I have a creepy, crawling feeling in my legs when I lie down or try to relax.
- I have high blood pressure / hypertension.
- My neck size is >17 in (male) or > 16 in (female)
- I am overweight.
If you checked three or more of these statements, you may have a sleep disorder.
Talk to your doctor for further evaluation and a referral to the Edward Sleep Center for a sleep study.
Sleep studies are conducted at the Edward Sleep Center seven nights a week, 7:00 p.m. - 7:30 a.m.
For more information, call (630) 646-3940.