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As many as 40 million Americans are afflicted by more than 70 types of sleep disorders. Whether insomnia, restless legs syndrome, or sleep apnea, sleep disorders can have serious consequences. A sleep study is used to examine sleep quality and body behavior, and can help diagnose your sleep problems.
Dignity Health Neurological Institute of Northern California has a comprehensive team of expert neurologists, pulmonologists, psychologists, and otolaryngologists, who work with you and your sleeping partner to diagnose sleep disorders and provide the appropriate treatment.
Our sleep disorder program is anchored by two sleep centers, located in Sacramento and Woodland, CA. Offering the latest digital technology and a staff with years of clinical experience, both centers are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Talk to your doctor or call 1.888.800.7688 for a referral to see one of our sleep specialists and schedule a sleep study in Sacramento or Woodland.
A sleep study can provide information about a variety of sleep conditions, including:
Sleep disorders increase your risk of developing heart disease and other conditions. Your doctor may recommend a sleep study if you have sleep disorder signs and symptoms, including:
In most cases, a sleep study requires you to spend the day or night at a Dignity Health sleep center. Caffeine and alcohol should not be consumed during the afternoon and evening before the sleep study. Sticky electrodes are placed on your body to record breathing, movements, blood oxygen levels, and other data.
There are four main types of sleep studies:
Your sleep study results will allow our team of experts to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your health needs and lifestyle.