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July 13, 2023

Finding sound sleep

IU Health Bloomington Hospital

Benjamin Franklin wrote, "Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise" in his Poor Richard's Almanack. But bedtime and the alarm clock aren't the only things affecting your sleep quality.

"Good quality of sleep is important, both for how you feel throughout the day and your long-term health," says Spencer Jasper, MD, IU Health Sleep Medicine. "We're happy to care for all patients and meet your needs."

Snoring, restless leg, narcolepsy, sleep apnea, insomnia, and sleep paralysis are just some of the issues that can disturb your rest. And untreated sleep disorders can affect your health today and years from now.

Dr. Jasper's team is here to help from diagnosis to treatment with home sleep studies, home sleep tests, assistance with CPAPs, BIPAP help, and more.

Watch the video above to learn about this team's dedication to helping patients get the rest they need.



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