Sleep Better with Experts by Your Side.
The Sleep Center at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center offers diagnostic sleep studies to help diagnose your sleeping disorders and provides comprehensive treatment options. Our state-of-the-art equipment monitors brain waves, breathing, heart activity, muscle activity, and other functions.
The Sleep Center offers in-lab studies for patients ages 6 and older, as well as in-home sleep testing for patients over 18 years old.
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Results are analyzed locally and sent to your primary care provider who will discuss the results and treatment options with you. Treatments may include lifestyle changes, devices to help keep your airway open, medications, and surgery.
More than 130 million Americans suffer from sleep problems, often caused by a sleep disorder. Though most sleep disorders can be treated, many of them go undiagnosed.
Sleep disorders can cause problems falling asleep, staying asleep, or staying awake. Symptoms may include:
- Loud or irregular snoring
- Difficulty breathing during sleep
- Morning headache, sore throat, or mouth dryness
- Leg movements
- Sleep at inappropriate times (narcolepsy)
- Momentary cessation of breathing while sleeping (sleep apnea)
- Constant drowsiness
The Sleep Center at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and is managed by our Sleep Center Medical Director, Matthew Curley, MD, FCCP, who is board certified in Sleep Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, and Critical Care Medicine.