NRMC Sleep Center
Do you find yourself excessively tired or cranky during the day? Does your partner’s snoring sound like a freight train? It may indicate a medical issue. NRMC is here to help.
At our sleep center, we can determine if an individual is suffering from a sleep disorder.
Having a sleep disorder can interfere with your mood, relationships, alertness, and cause serious health problems like high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease.
So, if you are experiencing any of the above, or memory/judgment problems or morning headaches, talk to your doctor to see if a sleep study is appropriate.
A physician referral and prior authorization may be required to schedule a sleep study.
Download our STOP/BANG sleep quiz to share with your doctor: click here
The Sleep Study
During a sleep study, activities such as brain waves, eye movements, oxygen levels, muscle movement, heart rhythms, and breathing pattern are monitored and recorded for further analysis by an experienced team of healthcare professionals including a registered sleep technician and physician. In order to monitor your sleep accurately, pain-free sensors are applied with adhesive or straps to several locations on your body. It may take a little bit more time for you to fall asleep in a new place with all these sensors attached, but going to sleep is rarely a problem. NRMC Sleep Center rooms are designed to feel more like a hotel room than a traditional hospital room. Throughout the night, a sleep technician will be just outside your room. If any problems or concerns arise, just let them know; they are there to assist you.
NRMC Sleep Center is Accredited by the ACHC.