If you’re missing out on sleep because of poor sleep habits or underlying health problems, you can benefit from the sleep medicine services available at Advanced Medical Care. The sleep specialists do on-site testing to identify the root cause of loud snoring, insomnia, sleep talking, and bedwetting. The team customizes a care plan to treat sleep disorders and improve your overall sleep quality. Call the office in Brighton Beach (Brooklyn) or Forest Hills (Queens), New York, today to schedule a sleep medicine appointment or book an appointment online.
Sleep medicine includes services to diagnose and treat conditions affecting your sleep quality.
The Advanced Medical Care team offers a range of sleep medicine services to improve your sleep quality and overall health. They can diagnose underlying conditions that interfere with your sleep and personalize a care plan to treat them.
Sleep disorders the team addresses include:
The team focuses on relieving your symptoms so that you get good-quality sleep each night. They can also prevent chronic health problems like heart disease, obesity, and immune system dysfunction resulting from ongoing sleep deprivation.
You should schedule a sleep medicine consultation at Advanced Medical Care if you have problems that affect your quality or quantity of sleep, including:
You should also schedule a sleep medicine consultation if you often awaken with a headache, sore throat, or nasal congestion.
The team provides advanced diagnostic testing, including nocturnal polysomnography (NPSG) and the multiple sleep latency test (MSLT), to better understand the cause of your symptoms. Based on your test results, they create a treatment plan to relieve daytime sleepiness and other symptoms of a sleep disorder.
The Advanced Medical Care team offers various services to improve your sleep quality. They might initially recommend strategies that support better sleep habits, like going to bed and waking up at the same time each day. You should also turn off all electronics at least an hour before bed so that you fall asleep faster.
If you have obstructive sleep apnea, you might benefit from a dental appliance that keeps your jaw in a forward position to improve your breathing. The team also recommends CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines that provide supplemental oxygen through a face mask you wear while asleep.
Other treatments for sleep disorders include:
Call the Advanced Medical Care office near you today to schedule a sleep medicine consultation or book an appointment online.