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Sleep disorders

Sleep disorders refer to changes in sleep patterns that can affect the amount, timing and quality of sleep you receive. They can also be related to mental health issues. Common sleep disorders include insomnia, sleep apnea and narcolepsy.

Sleep disorder treatment centers in Florida

Getting enough sleep is essential to your health and well-being, and our sleep specialists are here to help you find the rest you need.

It can be easy to write tossing and turning off as minor issues or to dismiss symptoms of poor sleep. However, these and other sleep issues can point to a sleep disorder. Our sleep specialists are dedicated to pinpointing the cause of your sleep problem so you can return to a good night’s rest through sleep studies and other therapies.

Our Sleep disorders Locations

Oak Hill Family Care - Veterans
44 Veterans Ave
Brooksville, FL 34608
 (352) 797 - 3500
Oak Hill Family Care - Veterans
44 Veterans Ave
Brooksville, FL 34608
 (352) 797 - 3500
Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine
1121 NW 64th Terrace
Suite A
Gainesville, FL 32605
 (352) 331 - 5026
Oak Hill Family Care - Hearth Rd.
11097 Hearth Road
Spring Hill, FL 34608
 (352) 263 - 2903

Sleep conditions we treat

We are able to diagnose and treat a range of sleep disorders and issues that impact your ability to fall or stay asleep, including:

  • Hypersomnia
  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy
  • Night sweats (excessive sweating while sleeping)
  • Seizures during sleep
  • Sleep apnea
  • Sleep walking
  • Snoring
  • Other disorders of excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Other medical and neurological problems that affect sleep

Our sleep disorder treatment program

The first thing we'll do if we suspect you have a sleep disorder is talk about your symptoms and medical history.

Diagnostic sleep studies

It's important for us to know how you're feeling and what questions you have. We are a team in your healthcare, along with your family and any other specialists you work with.

Once we can understand more about your situation, we can recommend the right types of diagnostic tests, which may include:

  • Adaptive servo ventilation (ASV) studies
  • Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) studies
  • Maintenance of wakefulness tests
  • Multiple sleep latency testing
  • Video-monitored electroencephalograms (EEGs) and at-home EEGs, when appropriate

Diagnostic sleep studies (polysomnography)

Many of our practices and sleep centers offer sleep studies to help determine precisely what's going on in your body while you sleep. In most cases, this involves coming in for an overnight sleep test in our facility, but we do offer some take-home tests for certain situations. We will connect you to the right types of monitoring equipment and then collect the data while you sleep.

With this information, our specialists will be able to diagnose you and craft a personalized treatment plan.

Sleep medicine and pulmonology

If you are sleeping poorly, it may be because you are breathing poorly. This is because your respiratory health can directly affect your sleep. Your lung health can directly relate to your sleeping habits.

That's why we our sleep medicine specialists have such a close relationship with our pulmonologists (lung doctors). They work together to treat your related conditions so they can enable you to rest and breathe easier.

Sleep medicine specialists

Because your sleep is related to your overall health, you will likely work with a variety of specialists to treat your sleep disorders. Some of our team members include:

  • Sleep medicine doctors (somnologists)
  • Pulmonologists
  • Neurologists
  • Psychologists and psychiatrists
  • Imaging and diagnostic technicians