Sleep is priority

There’s no getting around it — sleep is important. After all, most people spend roughly one-third of their lives asleep. So when you’re not sleeping, your quality of life suffers dramatically. And many people suffer from lack of sleep continue to suffer because they’re unaware they have a problem. But once detected, sleep disorders can be treated and corrected. 

If you’ve experienced any of the items below, please talk to your doctor about the possibility of a sleep disorder.

  • I have difficulty falling asleep
  • I've been told that I snore and hold my breath at night
  • I wake up with headaches
  • I have high blood pressure
  • No matter how hard I try to stay awake, I fall asleep
  • I suddenly wake up gasping for air
  • I feel sleepy during the day, even if I slept through the night
  • I wake up with heartburn
  • I seem to be losing my sex drive
  • I am overweight
  • I am irritable, fatigued or have difficulty concentrating
  • My heart skips a beat or races during the night
  • I have trouble keeping my legs still when falling asleep and during sleep
  • I have trouble falling back to sleep after awakening during the night