We can diagnose common sleep disorders such as:
Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Breathing pauses for a few seconds to a minute or more throughout the night. Loud snoring, daytime sleepiness and high blood pressure are associated with this disorder.
Difficulty falling or staying asleep. This is the most common sleep disorder affecting one in three Americans.
Restless Legs Syndrome
An unpleasant "creeping" or "crawling" sensation in the legs. The arms may also be affected.
Symptoms include excessive daytime sleepiness, uncontrollable daytime sleep attacks, sudden loss of muscle tone, vivid hallucinations and sleep paralysis.
Periodic Limb Movement Disorder
Involuntary movement of the legs while asleep. Often, a person is unaware of the movements but may complain of restless sleep or excessive daytime sleepiness.
Parasomnias include sleep walking, sleep talking, teeth grinding, sleep terrors, rhythmic -movement disorder (head banging, head rolling or body rocking) and REM sleep behavior disorder (acting out a dream, which may result in injury to the person or bed-partner).