OUR BEDROOMS Our suites are set up just like home with TVs, digital cable and WiFi. We will make your stay a pleasant one.
REFERRAL PROCESS If you or your physician suspects a sleep disorder, call 512-377-6006 for information on scheduling a sleep study at North Austin Premier Sleep Center.
.....Do YOU HaveA SLEEP DISORDER?......
I am tired all the time.
I don't feel refreshed, even after sleeping all night.
I wake up with morning headaches.
I have been told that I snore.
I'm sleepy during the day.
I toss and turn a lot in my sleep.
I stop breathing at night.
I have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep.
I am forgetful or have trouble concentrating.
I have unusual leg movements at night.
I'm overweight, and have high blood pressure.
If you checked one or more of the statements above, you may have a sleep DISORDER. You should discuss symptoms with your physician so they can see about scheduling a sleep study.
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Many people with sleep apnea don't know they have it. They may not recognize signs and symptoms of sleep apnea. People with sleep apnea commonly seek help because of daytime sleepiness, snoring and pauses in breathing which may be noted by their bed partner. Once your physician refers you to our sleep center, a team of sleep specialists will use the latest technology to monitor you while you sleep. You will be given a private room, where a technician will attach a variety of monitoring devices to your body prior to going to bed. Sleep specialists, who are on premises studying several patients at any given time, will observe your sleep patterns using these devices, which monitor brain waves, heart rate, rapid eye movements, and more. While SLEEPING with wires attached to you may seem difficult, most patients find they fall asleep very easily. The next morning, the technician will remove all the monitoring devices and you will be able to go straight to work or on to your daily activities. The sleep specialists will analyze the results from your sleep study, and forward the information to your physician so a treatment program can be designed for you.