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If you aren’t sleeping well at night, you likely have a hard time enjoying normal activities. A lifetime of poor sleeping habits may lead to medical issues like chronic fatigue, high blood pressure and even stroke.

Don’t let a sleep disorder impact your work and family responsibilities. At the Sleep Disorders Center, our trained specialists will provide a comprehensive examination and develop a treatment plan if necessary.

How can I tell if I have a sleep disorder?

If you’ve been feeling abnormally tired throughout the day, you may not be getting enough restful sleep.

Symptoms of sleep disorders commonly include: 

  • Breathing difficulties during sleep
  • Daytime sleepiness
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Learning and memory difficulties
  • Morning headaches and dry throats
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Snoring or gasping for air

What are the risks of going without sleep?

Going without sleep has real health risks. If you think the only cost is being tired all day, you’d be wrong. Prolong periods of sleeplessness weakens your immune system and increases your risk of heart disease and stroke.

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