Drew Memorial Hospital's Sleep Center diagnoses and treats sleep disorders, from the common OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea), to the more rare RBD (REM Behavior Disorders). The four-bed lab is designed and decorated to offer you the comforts of home while your sleep behavior is assessed.
Sleep apnea is the most common sleep disorder, and its side effects include high blood pressure, heart disease, and congestive heart failure. Symptoms to look for include daytime sleepiness/fatigue, increased irritability, snoring, witnessed apnea, difficulting staying awake, difficulty concentrating, and frequent awakening during sleep.
If these symptoms are familiar, take this Sleep Test to help decide if a sleep study might be necessary.
For more information, contact the Sleep Center (870) 460-3555.