Treatments for Sleep Disorders at Saint Anne's Hospital
If you have trouble sleeping due to snoring, experience daytime sleepiness, or wake up not feeling refreshed, Saint Anne’s Hospital’s Center for Sleep Medicine, in Dartmouth Massachusetts, can help.
We conduct comprehensive overnight sleep studies in comfortable private rooms featuring flat screen televisions and Posturepedic® mattresses. These evaluations are arranged around your schedule, with results analyzed and reviewed by a physician. Our certified sleep specialists will then work with you to assess your symptoms, determine the cause of your sleep disorder, and develop a personalized treatment program.
Accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, our center provides the latest technology to assist experts in diagnosing and treating a complete range of sleep disorders. See some of the most common problems listed below.
Safe and Ready: COVID Precautions in the Center for Sleep Medicine
We adhere to the same strict guidelines for PPE as any healthcare facility. Our thorough cleaning process includes:
- replacing all bed linens
- thoroughly wiping down all surfaces using hospital-grade cleaning products
- rooms remain unused for 1 full day to provide time for thorough cleaning
Our staff always wear full PPE.
If you are undergoing a positive airway pressure study, you will be COVID-tested up to 72 hours before your study.
All positive airway pressure breathing equipment is used only once. You may take the mask interface home or dispose of it after your study.
If you're experiencing symptoms listed below, ask your doctor if a sleep study is right for you.
- sleep apnea
- loud snoring
- constant fatigue
- parasomnias - a variety of abnormal behaviors that occur during sleep, such as sleepwalking and sleep-related eating
- shift work and circadian rhythm problems
- restless leg syndrome