OSA can occur in women, men, and children. Some common symptoms are headaches, restless sleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, frequent urination at night, loud and disruptive snoring, and depression just to name a few.

Our state-of-the-art sleep study facility is unlike a typical sleep lab, and was designed and decorated with total patient comfort in mind, like you would find in a five-star hotel.

Amenities Include

  • Beautiful 55” flat screen TV with cablevision.
  • Queen sized bed covered by unique 400 thread count sateen cotton sheets.
  • Private bathroom with a full shower.
  • Towels, hair dryer, shampoo, soap, and body lotion are included in the bathroom.
  • Private kitchen area, equipped with a microwave, sink, refrigerator, freezer, and Keurig coffee maker.
  • One-of-a-kind artwork pieces are displayed in the bedrooms.
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What Are Sleep Disorders?

More than 50 million Americans suffer from some kind of sleep disorder such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy, or severe insomnia.

An additional 35 million people have occasional sleep related problems that leave them feeling fatigued throughout the day, and these symptoms can lead to physical and mental health issues.

Many have serious health implications and have been associated with increased risk of hypertension, heart failure, stroke, and other conditions. Early screening and identification may help prevent serious complications. Once you have been diagnosed with a sleep disorder and have begun therapy, close follow-up may ensure that you are receiving appropriate treatment for improved overall wellness.

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What Happens During a Sleep Study?

You will spend the night in your private room for our team to monitor your sleep patterns using state-of-the-art technology. A specially trained technologist will attach monitoring devices, which will track your brainwaves, heart rate, oxygen levels, rapid eye movements, and more. While you may think sleeping with these devices is difficult, most patients fall asleep very easily. The next morning, the technologist will unhook the monitoring devices, and you will be able to go straight to work and resume your daily activities.

What Happens After the Test?

Our New York sleep doctor will review your test results and the reports will be available upon request. Our board-certified sleep pulmonary/sleep physician will meet with you to discuss the results and make recommendations to help you sleep better and live longer.

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