Sleep Study Still Diagnostic King – We Have Room!
In a recent article by Abby Eden about having a Sleep Study performed, she highlighted:
If you find yourself pouring more coffee than you should each day and waking up feeling even more unrested than the day before, you may be wondering if you have a sleep disorder.
The National Sleep Foundation recommends that each adult get seven to nine hours of sleep every night. So, if you’re getting the right amount of sleep, but you just never feel rested, it might be time to evaluate your quality of sleep.
Doctors recommend starting with a sleep study. There are a number of places that perform them. FOX4 traveled a location associated with North Kansas City Hospital and it looked like a small hotel.
At the location, a patient will go into the sleep center before their normal bed time. They’re allowed to go about their normal routine- take medicines and eat whenever they want, but they will have a cut-off time for consuming caffeine…. to read the rest of the article, click here
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It’s highly important to remember that a sleep laboratory will normally be setup in a way that is comfortable for you, and your favorite pillow. While there are some specific rules to follow before coming in for your study you will also be reminded by a scheduling manager (or sometimes a Sleep Technologist) exactly what you need to do to be prepared for your study. For more information about scheduling a sleep study, please contact us or fill out a quiz.
Our laboratory prides itself on serving patients with a one-on-one approach to sleep. There’s no fear of having additional strangers see you in your pajamas. We provide your study in complete privacy, with the utmost care and respect for your fatigue and want to help you answer that ever-searched question: “Why am I so tired”.