About Our Sleep Center
More than one-third of the population has trouble sleeping according to a recent Gallup Poll. The effects of sleep disorders range from simple irritation to very serious conditions. They can impact your health and interfere with your daily activities.
The Sleep Center of Jersey Shore University Medical Center can diagnose and treat your problem. Through careful evaluation, our board-certified experts in sleep care may determine you would benefit from a sleep study in our home-like atmosphere.
|The Sleep Center of Jersey Shore University Medical Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), indicating compliance with their strict standards for management of sleep disorders.|
- Interrupted breathing while asleep
- Excessive daytime sleepiness
- Cardiovascular disease
- Loud snoring
- Chronic fatigue
- Falling asleep when inactive or at inappropriate times
- Headache or confusion when awakening
- Rhythmic limb or body movements when asleep
- Male sexual impotence
- Onset of hypertension and other cardiac problems
- Difficulty in falling asleep
- Continual awakening at night
- Irregular heartbeat during night
- Sleep terrors or nightmares
- Excessive sweating at night
- Nighttime leg cramps
Our Specialized Services:
- Pediatric: Studies show that children with sleep disorders are more likely to have behavioral issues, and that treatment can lead to significant improvement in school performance.
- Pregnancy: The physical, psychological, and hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy can affect sleeping habits, and even produce snoring, fatigue, and sleep apnea.
- Pre-Operative Evaluation: Sleep testing observes breathing patterns and checks for possible airway-related problems that may affect surgery and recovery outcomes.
- Heart: Research demonstrates patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, including hypertension. With this condition, people stop breathing repeatedly during sleep because the airway collapses and prevents air from getting into the lungs. These pauses put strain on the heart and can lead to serious conditions.
CPAP—The Gold Standard in Treatment for Sleep Apnea
People who have sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during sleep because the airway collapses and prevents air from getting into the lungs. These pauses can occur quite often and for varying lengths of time. But each one puts strain on the heart and can lead to serious conditions. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the most common treatment. It provides a continuous stream of air pressure to keep your airway open. This may be administered during your sleep study, along with careful attention to measures of sleep through video monitoring.
- Sleep Center of Jersey Shore University Medical Center,
1809 Route 33, Neptune, NJ 07753
(One block east of the Jersey Shore University Medical Center campus)
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