During an overnight sleep study, or polysomnogram, you are monitored for 15 different functions that may be affecting your sleep. They include: brain activity, muscle activity, eye movements, breathing through the nose and mouth, heart function and oxygen levels.
Our overnight sleep study, held at Aurora Sleep Medicine Center, features a state-of-the-art suite similar to a hotel room. You will have a comfortable bed with a private bathroom and a TV. Sleep studies are traditionally conducted at night, but weekend and daytime studies are available to accommodate your sleep schedule.
A nap study used to measure your level of daytime sleepiness, and screen for other conditions, such as narcolepsy.
For people with jobs such as truck driving, heavy equipment operation and airline piloting, which require you to stay very alert and awake at all times.
Looks at your personal sleep routine, as well as your sleep environment, to determine if outside factors are contributing to your sleep problems.
Our Sleep Specialists will review your medical history, sleep habits, and sleep issues to determine if a home test is best for you.