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Not Getting a Good Night's Sleep?
Do you toss and turn all night, struggling to fall asleep? Does snoring keep you - and your partner - from getting a restful sleep?
If bedtime becomes something other than a time of rest, there may be an underlying medical condition that can be diagnosed and treated. Millions of Americans suffer from some type of sleep disorder, including sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, and restless leg syndrome. Sleep disorders have been found to play a role in high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and cognitive impairment, as well as car and on-the-job accidents.
Since 1995, the UPHS - Bell Sleep Center has been helping women, men, and children by identifying and treating their sleep disorders. UPHS - Bell's Sleep Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and directed by Dr. Arthur F. Saari, who is board-certified in Sleep Medicine.
To help you sleep soundly again, UPHS - Bell's Sleep Center offers a full-spectrum of diagnostic testing that measures heart rate, brain waves, breathing, eye, and muscle movements to support both adults and children suffering from sleep disorders. Our team of highly trained professionals is dedicated to helping you experience the benefits of restful sleep.
Signs of a Sleep Disorder
- Snoring loudly
- Gasping for breath or stopping breathing during sleep
- Feeling sleepy or dozing off during daily activities
- Waking frequently during the night
- Having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep
- Feeling unpleasant tingling in your legs while trying to sleep
For more information about UPHS - Bell's Sleep Center, please contact:
Brenda Schultz | Program Director
901 Lakeshore Drive
Ishpeming, MI 49849