Get the Sleep you need!
Approximately 70 million people in the United States are affected by a sleep problem. About 40 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders, and an additional 20-30 million are affected by intermittent sleep-related problems. However, an overwhelming majority of sleep disorders remain undiagnosed and untreated. Some of the most common ones are insomnia, restless legs syndrome, parasomnias, circadian rhythm disorders, excessive daytime sleepiness, night terrors, sleep apnea, periodic limb movement disorder, and narcolepsy. Long standing sleep disturbances can lead to nonproductive lifestyles, poor work performance, weight gain, difficulty with concentration, and social avoidance. Some disorders, like sleep apnea, can lead to even more serious problems such as high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke. Therefore, there is an urgent need for this introduction to the subject of sleep disorders.
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The simple fact is: "Better sleep equals better life." Good sleep is essential for good health. The primary goal of Central Oregon Sleep Disorders Center is to help improve our clients sleep and provide the tools necessary to help discover the cause of their sleeping disorders. We offer full services for researching any sleep disorder including detailed polysomnograms (PSGs, or sleep studies) and high end testing for other challenges.
We are knowledgable, professional, caring and committed.
Central Oregon Sleep Disorders Center core principles are to provide high quality patient care and professional, accurate sleep studies, in the most cost effect way. We specialize in analyzing all forms of sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. Central Oregon Sleep Disorders Center sleep lab only utilize the finest equipment in the diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
Effects of poor sleep:
- Reduced mental and physical health
- Overall lower quality of life
- Increased risk of disease including stroke, heart
- attack, high blood pressure and diabetes
- Decreased ability to resist and fight illness
- Sexual inadequacies and problems
- Difficulty performing mental and physical tasks
- Reduced productivity
- Problems due to lower job performance
- Reduced concentration
- Impaired memory and judgment
- Dulled social skills
- Falling asleep at inappropriate times
- Risk of car- and work-related accidents
How tired are you?
When do you find yourself most tired?
Do you think it might be affecting your work, your family or your everday life?
Better Sleep = Better Life