During a study, patients stay overnight in one of our comfortable rooms. A technician will attach sensors to your head, chin, throat, chest, abdomen and legs to monitor your sleep during the night. These sensors detect brain waves, eye movements, breathing, heart rate, muscle activity and oxygen levels to help us learn more about your sleeping pattern and what goes on inside your body when it’s at rest.
Types of sleep disorders we identify and treat:
- REM sleep behavior disorder (sleep walking)
- Restless leg syndrome
- Sleep apnea
- And many more
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