Chronic sleep disorder treatment in Weber County, Utah
Sleep is important to our overall well-being. A good night's rest can improve mood, concentration and even your immune system.
At Ogden Regional Medical Center, our sleep specialists are experienced in diagnosing and treating a wide range of sleep disorders. Our goal is to determine the cause of your sleep condition to help you get back to sleeping through the night.
To schedule a consultation for a sleep study at Ogden Regional Medical Center, please call (801) 479-2656.
Comprehensive sleep disorder care
According to the American Sleep Association, more than 50 million Americans experience a sleep disorder at some point in their life. At Ogden Regional Medical Center, we are proud to offer diagnostics and treatments for chronic sleep loss.
If left undiagnosed, sleep disorders and chronic sleep loss can increase your risk of certain conditions, such as:
- Heart attack
- Heart disease
- High blood pressure
- Irregular heartbeat
- Weight gain
Symptoms of sleep disorders
If you are experiencing one or more of the following symptoms, you may have an undiagnosed sleep disorder:
- Problems falling asleep
- Trouble staying asleep
- Waking up in the morning feeling tired
Sleep disorders we treat
Our doctors are experienced in treating many sleep disorders, such as:
- Periodic limb movements
- Restless legs syndrome
- Sleep apnea
Diagnosing a sleep condition
If your doctor suspects you are experiencing a sleep disorder, they may recommend a sleep study. To complete the sleep study, you will stay overnight at our sleep center where one of our technicians will connect several sensors to your body before you fall asleep. These sensors are used to record and monitor:
- Brain wave activity
- Muscle activity
- Heart rate and rhythms
- Oxygen levels
The doctors and technicians use this information to help determine the cause of your sleep condition.
Our sleep center offers a home-like environment to ensure you are as comfortable as possible. We have beautifully decorated rooms with comfortable queen-sized beds, instead of the standard hospital beds. Each room also has a private bathroom, shower and flat-panel TV.
Sleep disorders at MountainStar Healthcare
Sleep disorders refer to a change or disturbance in a patient’s normal sleep pattern. Sleep disorders may affect the amount of sleep and quality of sleep someone receives. Sleep timing may also be of concern in the case of disorders like narcolepsy. Sleep disorders can be linked to both medical and emotional causes.Learn about Sleep disorders