Sleep is essential to our health, well-being and safety. Over one third of our entire life is spent sleeping. It is the quality of our sleep which ultimately affects the quality of our life.
Up to 95% of people with sleep disorders remain undiagnosed and untreated.
The National Commission on Sleep Disorders Research estimates that 43 million Americans are chronically ill with sleep disorders and that an additional 20-30 million experience intermittent sleep-related problems.
If you are sleeping 7-8 hours a night and are still tired during the day, you may have a sleep disorder of which you may not be unaware. The most common sleep disorder is Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome.
Electroencephalogram, or EEGs, are done at our sleep lab by appointment only.
Sleep disorders can be life-threatening.