Welcome to Atlantic Sleep Centers!

Get your zzzz's

We're here to remind you that a good night's sleep is essential for your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well being.

According to the National Institutes of Health, 50 to 70 Million Americans are affected by chronic sleep disorders and intermittent sleep problems that can significantly diminish health, alertness, and safety. Untreated sleep disorders have been linked to hypertension, heart disease, stroke, depression, diabetes, and other chronic diseases. Sleep problems can take many forms and can involve too little sleep, too much sleep, or inadequate quality of sleep.

We can help

Undergoing a sleep study is key to accurate assessment and diagnosis of sleep disorders such as:
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  • Insomnia
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Restless legs syndrome
  • Narcolepsy
  • Shift Workers Disorders

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Our experienced staff works with your physician to provide "long term solutions for a better night's sleep."

Should Your Sleep
Be Evaluated?

To determine whether you might benefit from a sleep evaluation, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you regularly have difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep?

  • Do people tell you that you snore? Has anyone ever told you that you have pauses in breathing or that you gasp for breath when you sleep?

  • Are your legs "active" at night? Do you experience tingling, creeping, itching, pulling, aching, or other strange feelings in your legs while sitting or lying down that cause a strong urge to move, walk, or kick your legs for relief?

  • Are you so tired when you wake up in the morning that you cannot function normally during the day?

  • Does sleepiness and fatigue persist for more than two to three weeks?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, ask your physician about ordering a complete sleep exam. Before, consider beginning to track your sleep patterns and medications. You can download a sleep diary by clicking here.

What is a Sleep Study?

Our sleep laboratories are set up to diagnose sleep disorders. During your sleep study, we monitor your brain wave activity, breathing patterns, leg and muscle activity, ECG heart monitor and blood oxygen level.

Sleep Studies are usually performed at night, when most people sleep. Atlantic Sleep Center can also accommodate shift workers and people with circadian rhythm sleep disorders, and perform sleep studies at other times of day.