When you get a good night’s rest, you feel better and have energy to do the things you love. We offer the latest diagnostic and treatment options for sleep apnea, insomnia and other sleep problems like narcolepsy and restless leg syndrome.
Our board-certified sleep doctors, therapists and specialists will work with you to get to the root of your problem. It’s our goal to help you get the quality sleep you want.
Our sleep center is an outpatient department of Regions Hospital. You'll find us in Maplewood, at:
Your care plan usually starts with a visit to a primary care doctor or sleep specialist. Often, a sleep study is recommended after your initial visit. This helps us best understand your sleep problem. About half of the time, you can do your sleep study at home. Otherwise, you’ll need to stay overnight at the Sleep Health Center.
You’ll sleep in a private, comfortable room. The room has a TV, private bathroom, Internet and room-darkening window shades. We’ll monitor your sleep from another room.
Your care team will use the results of your study to develop a personalized care plan. This might include sleep aid equipment, lifestyle and behavioral therapy, counseling, surgery or a combination of treatments.
Our Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) program is often one of the most effective ways to treat chronic insomnia. We’ll create a care plan personalized for you and your sleep patterns. You won’t need to do an overnight sleep study. The program lasts two to three months and is the only one of its kind in the east metro.
Order products for sleep apnea, like CPAP and BiPAP machines.
Watch this video to learn why good sleep is essential for your health and safety.
Answer true or false to these questions from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine:
If you answered true more than twice, you may have a sleep problem. Talk to your primary care doctor or call 651-254-8150 to make an appointment with one of our sleep specialists.
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