Sleep Studies

Say Good Night To Sleep Problems

Everyone misses a little sleep now and then. But if your sleeping difficulties become chronic or long-term, you may have a sleep disorder. Some common sleep disorders include insomnia, sleep apnea and narcolepsy. Sleepwalking, night terrors and nightmares, bedwetting, headaches, nocturnal seizures and sexual dysfunction may also be symptoms of an underlying sleep disorder.

Effective treatment options

Depending on the nature of your problem, we may perform a preliminary sleep study to develop an accurate diagnosis. At a follow-up consultation, we discuss your test results, address any further testing that is necessary and recommend effective treatment options. And rest assured, we send all your test records and results to your primary care physician.

Treatments may include:

  • Changes in sleep habits, schedules and conditions
  • Dental devices
  • Exercise programs
  • Medication (over-the-counter and/or prescription)
  • Modifications of consumption habits, such as eating, drinking alcohol and smoking
  • Stress management
  • Weight-loss programs
  • Non-surgical airway pressure
  • Surgical restructuring of airway

Although some sleep disorders are not curable, most are treatable. Patients of the Indiana University Health Goshen Sleep Disorders Center often experience rapid and significant relief and find that a good night’s sleep can result in a whole new outlook on life.

If you suspect that you have a sleep disorder, schedule an appointment by calling 574.537.8530. There is no charge for an initial consultation with our trained sleep technicians.

The IU Health Goshen Sleep Disorders Center is an accredited lab by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and it is a member of the National Sleep Foundation.

For help finding a physician for you or your family, call Nurse On Call at 574.364.2600 or 877.846.4447. You can also use our Find a Doctor search.