Sleep disorders are conditions that prevent a person from getting a restful sleep, and as a result, can cause daytime drowsiness, dysfunction and difficultly in patients' everyday lives. While there are approximately eighty different types of sleep disorders, the most common sleep disorders include:
Sleep disorders are commonly diagnosed through a sleep study or polysomnogram (PSG). The multi-component test electronically records and transmits physical activities while you sleep. Physicians then analyze the data to determine the causes and treatment plan suited to each patient.
For more information on sleep disorders, or to schedule an appointment with a Sleep Medicine Specialist, please call (262) 243-5044.