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If you have trouble falling asleep or feeling well rested during the day, your doctor may recommend a sleep study to help diagnose the problem. During a sleep study, you are monitored to see how well you sleep and how your body behaves while you are sleeping.
A sleep study can help your doctor determine if you have a sleeping condition, such as:
In association with the Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Dignity Health provides convenient locations for sleep study in Arizona. For more information, Find a Doctor today.
Doctors use sleep studies to diagnose a wide range of sleeping disorders, such as sleep apnea, which can lead to more serious health complications if left untreated.
You may benefit from a sleep study if you have any of the following symptoms of a sleep disorder:
Speak with a neurologist at Dignity Health if you have one or more of these symptoms.
A sleep study will be performed at a Dignity Health sleep center. You will need to spend either a day or night at the sleep center. You should avoid caffeine and alcohol during the afternoon and evening prior to your sleep study.
During the test, sticky electrodes will be placed on your body to record your breathing, movement, blood oxygen levels, and more.
There are four main types of sleep studies:
Once your sleep study is complete you will be able to go back home. If you had an at-home sleep test, you will need to take the equipment back to the sleep center.
The results of your sleep test will typically be available within a few weeks. Your doctor will create a personalized treatment plan based on the information from your sleep study.
At Dignity Health sleep centers, doctors test and diagnose sleep disorders with sleep studies in Arizona.