Sleep Disorders

Sleep rejuvenates our minds and bodies. If you don’t get enough sleep you may be excessively tired, irritable, have a difficult time concentrating, experience a loss of memory, and can become depressed.

Your physician can help you get the rest you need.

Central Sleep Apnea

Dr. Shirley Jones

Central sleep apnea is a condition when you stop breathing during sleep because the brain is not sending the correct messages to the muscles in your body that are responsible for breathing.

Learn more about central sleep apnea from Dr. Shirley Jones

 

Snoring

Dr. Peter Yau

When you sleep at night your throat gets smaller and you may snore.

Learn more about snoring from Dr. Yau

 

Insomnia

Dr. James Barker

A person with insomnia has difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep on a regular basis.

Learn more about insomnia from Dr. Barker

 

Periodic Limb Movement Disorder

Dr. James Barker

Also associated with Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) where a person cannot sleep because of the restless feeling in their legs. 

Learn more about periodic limb movement disorder from Dr. Barker

 

Narcolepsy

Dr. Carl Boethel

A person with narcolepsy will fall asleep suddenly several times a day.

Learn more about narcolepsy from Dr. Boethel

 

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Dr. Shirley Jones

Obstructive sleep apnea is a condition in which the body stops breathing over and over again while sleeping.

Learn more about obstructive sleep apnea from Dr. Shirley Jones

 

Parasomnias

People with parasomnias may be sleep walking, have sleep or night terrors, teeth grinding (bruxism), or nocturnal head banging. Learn more about parasomnias


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