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Sleep Disorders Clinic



Our highly trained sleep disorder team is ready to diagnose and effectively treat your sleep problems. Our Board Certified Sleep Specialists can help you get the rest you need, so that you can make the most of your day. Our State Of The Art Sleep Disorders Center is a free standing facility located at our Multi-Specialty Medical Center. It has convenient freeway access and is located along bus lines.


Comprehensive Sleep Evaluations For:
. Loud Snoring
. Apnea
. Insomnia
. Parasomnia
. Restless Legs Syndrome
. Narcolepsy
. R.E.M Sleep Behavior Disorder

Pediatric Sleep Disorders:

. Sleep Walking
. Sleep Talking
. Sleep Tremors
. Nightmares
. Bedwetting

Other Sleep Information:

Do I have a sleep disorder?

The following short questionnaire is designed to give you an indication of whether or not you may have a sleep disorder. If you answer 'Yes' to any of these questions, then it is possible that you may be suffering from a sleep disorder. Please consult with your physician about the benefits of having a sleep evaluation or call MedPoint Sleep Disorder Center (414) 461-9250.
1. Do you snore?
2. Are you unable to stay awake in the daytime?
3. Do you wake up with a headache in the morning?
4. Do you wake up unable to breathe or gasping for air?
5. Do you have sudden loss of muscle control?
6. Do your legs jerk at night or feel restless?
7. Are you unable to move upon waking up?
8. Do you have problems falling asleep?Have you gained a lot of weight in a short time period?
9. Have you gained a lot of weight in a short time period?
10. Is it hard to fall asleep, or stay asleep?

Here are some easy steps to good sleep:

. Avoid caffeine and nicotine
. Do not drink alcohol to help you sleep, it may help you fall asleep but it diminishes the quality of sleep you get.
. Exercise regularly, but complete your workout at least three hours before your bedtime.
. Establish a regular relaxing bedtime routine.
. Associate your bed with sleep - do not work or watch television in bed.
. If you have insomnia, do not nap during the day.
(from the National Sleep Foundation)