Most of us will experience a night where we have trouble falling asleep or a night when our significant other catches us snoring, but when are these symptoms normal and when are they a sign of a sleep disorder?
At any point, if you don’t feel like you’re getting the night’s rest you need, it’s important to speak to your doctor. Our experts can help create a care plan so you feel rested and rejuvenated.
There are some common signs and symptoms that may indicate you have a sleep disorder. Additionally, certain populations may be more at-risk for developing a sleep condition.
Common signs and symptoms that you may have a sleep disorder include:
Learn more about the common signs and symptoms of specific sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, insomnia and restless leg syndrome.
Certain populations may be more susceptible to developing sleep disorders. Depending on your stage of life, you may be experiencing certain sleep symptoms. Learn more below about the common populations who may be more at-risk of developing a sleep disorder.
Our pediatric sleep specialists provide specialized care for children who may be suffering from sleep-related conditions.
Learn more about common pediatric sleep disorders.
Throughout a woman’s life it is not abnormal to experience certain periods in which sleep issues may arise. Whether you are having trouble sleeping due to hot flashes or you're experiencing sleep complications while pregnant, we can offer solutions to help you get a full night’s rest.
Learn more about sleep disorders that can develop for women and during pregnancy.
As we age, our bodies change, which means our quality of sleep can change too. In fact, studies show that 50 percent of Americans age 65 and older have sleep trouble.
Learn more about the sleep disorders that can commonly develop as you age.
If you think you may have a sleep disorder, talk to your doctor to discuss your specific signs and symptoms. Our expert sleep specialists are able to tailor testing and treatment to fit your individual needs.