Sleep Medicine

If you're having difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or you feel tired most days, it may be time to investigate. You could be one of an estimated 70 million Americans with a sleep disorder — and many don't know it.

If you have a sleep disorder, you're more likely to face chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, depression and obesity. The potential for drowsy driving makes you more vulnerable to motor vehicle accidents.

On the bright side, you may have a diagnosable and treatable issue such as obstructive sleep apnea that's responsible for your sleep deficiency.

Find answers

One of the best ways to find out if you have a sleep disorder is through a medically designed and monitored sleep study at HonorHealth's Sleep Health Center, an accredited facility.

The center offers comprehensive testing in a quiet, comfortable, restful environment that resembles a bedroom or an upscale hotel room. Registered sleep technicians and respiratory therapists conduct an evaluation designed by a sleep medicine physician. This doctor reviews the results and will prescribe treatment, if appropriate, and provide all information to your referring physician.

For more information, please call 480-587-5600.

Print out our Sleep Better Test (PDF).