Let Us Help You Sleep Well

Quality sleep is essential to good health. If you snore, struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep — or feel sleepy all day despite sleeping through the night — you may have a sleep disorder. Between 50 and 70 million American adults have sleep or wakefulness disorders.
 Too little or poor sleep not only leaves you feeling drowsy or edgy all day, but it’s bad for your health.
The staff of the Sleep Center at Marcum & Wallace Hospital is dedicated to quality, compassionate patient care. Our board-certified physicians and credentialed technologists have many years of experience in the field of sleep medicine and are highly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. 
Common Sleep Disorders
If you think you may have a sleep disorder, talk to your doctor. Poor sleep can harm your health, but we can help you wake up to a brighter tomorrow.

Some of the more common sleep disorders include:
•Sleep Apnea
•Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

If you have symptoms of any of these — or other unusual sleep-related symptoms — take our quizzes to see if you could have a sleep disorder. If so, schedule an appointment with one of our sleep specialists. For more information, call 606-726-2120.

How Poor Sleep Harms Your Health

Sleep disorders are associated with common chronic diseases such as:

•high blood pressure

Some sleep conditions, such as sleep apnea, increase mortality (death), and lower productivity and quality of life.

 Sleep disorders are linked to:

•falling asleep while driving
•car accidents
•industrial disasters
•medical and other occupational errors
•difficulty performing daily tasks

Untreated sleep apnea can contribute to:

•high blood pressure
•weight gain
•erectile dysfunction
•chronic pain
•chronic fatigue
•memory loss