What We Do


An in-laboratory "sleep study,” also called a Polysomnogram, is a noninvasive test that records your physical state during various stages of sleep. It provides essential data to evaluate sleep and sleep-related complaints and problems, such as identifying sleep stages, body position, blood oxygen levels, respiratory events, muscle tone, heart rate, eye movement, brain waves, amount of snoring and general sleep behavior.

The Sleep Specialist will then use the findings of the Sleep Study along with a  variety of medical information to evaluate a sleep problem and provide the appropriate treatment based on the diagnosis.

 There are approximately eighty different types of sleep disorders the most commonly found are :
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Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Central Sleep Apnea
Hypoventilation Syndrome
Cheyne-Stokes Respiration
Narcolepsy
Restless Legs or Periodic Limb movements
Insomnia



Sleep disorders are very common in the general population but they are poorly identified.

Poor sleep affect many aspects of daily file from your work - to your social or family life. 
In addition Sleep Disorders have adverse effects on your health and increase the risk of accidents due to excessive daytime sleepiness .

The high prevalence Sleep Disorders in the population clearly indicate that this is a major public health problem requiring special attention. If you suspect to suffer from any sleep disorder  it is advisable to seek professional help.