A third of U.S. adults report that they usually get less than the recommended amount of sleep. Getting enough sleep is not a luxury—it is something people need for good health. If you regularly wake up feeling less than well-rested or struggle to stay awake during the day, you may have a sleep disorder.
How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep
Establishing good sleep habits is the first step to improving your sleep quality. Here are just a few recommendations to help you on your way.
John S. Khoury, MD
Home Sleep Testing
At-home sleep studies can be used to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea. These tests are designed to be convenient and comfortable. With them, you can sleep in your own bed for the test, rather than staying in a sleep lab. Sensors record your breathing patterns while you sleep, gathering data to help the physician make the proper diagnosis.
If your doctor ordered a home sleep test, we will call you when a sleep machine is available for you to pick up. To set up your device, see one of the instructional videos below.CleveMed SleepView ResMed ApneaLink Air