Overnight sleep testing is provided with state-of-the-art technology by highly trained technologists in a warm and friendly environment. Our sleep studies use painless, noninvasive technology to record heart rate, brain waves, breathing, oxygenation, and eye and leg movement. Hospitalization is not required.
A Widely Ignored Medical Condition
The vast majority of patients that have sleep disorders experience daytime sleepiness, a lack of energy, insomnia, nightmares, sleep deprivation or snoring.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea
The first step in recognizing sleep disorders is to ask yourself if you are feeling more tired than you should. If the answer is yes, the first follow-up question is whether or not you snore during sleep. If you are persistently tired and snore, it is very likely that you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
Restless Legs Syndrome
The presence of restless legs syndrome usually can be established by one question: Do you have creepy, crawly feelings in your legs when you are sitting quietly that go away or are relieved when you walk around? If the answer is yes, you will almost certainly have RLS.
To request information or to speak with someone regarding these and or other sleep disorders, please contact us at Hamilton Regional Sleep Center 706-278-4757.
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