If you're among the one in 10 Americans who has a significant sleep disorder, it's more than an inconvenience. While it might only cause daytime drowsiness, it can put you at risk for other chronic diseases.
Symptoms of a sleep disorder
If you have any of these symptoms, a sleep disorder may be robbing you of the quality sleep needed to be at your best mentally and physically.
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Awaken frequently during the night
- Feeling drowsy during the day, even after getting enough nighttime sleep
- Having memory problems or trouble concentrating
- Dozing off while driving or watching TV
- Feeling depressed
- Mood swings
How we can help
EvergreenHealth Sleep Services handles all varieties of sleep disorders, from common insomnia to the more complex, all with the goal of getting people rested and back to functioning at a normal level.
If you have symptoms that may indicate a sleep disorder, our sleep specialist will go over your symptoms in detail and do a complete evaluation, which includes:
Sometimes you'll need only sleep education, but you may need to take part in a sleep study at the center. Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped to handle both overnight and daytime sleep studies.
Learn more about a sleep study at EvergreenHealth
Why people prefer EvergreenHealth
EvergreenHealth Sleep Services is accredited by the American Association of Sleep Medicine (AASM).
Our location by a lush and peaceful greenbelt gives patients a relaxing setting to simulate normal sleep conditions as much as possible.
After successful treatment, we follow up with patients at least once a year. Other patients may need more frequent follow up to manage medication or adjust sleeping aids such as a PAP device.
EvergreenHealth Sleep Services accepts most insurances, though some may require you to get a referral from a primary care provider.
Because requirements for approval vary with insurance companies, you should contact your insurance provider if you have any questions.