A One-Night Sleep Study for Better Sleep and Better Health.

If left untreated, sleep disorders can lead to serious health problems, including high blood pressure, stroke, and even heart attack. There is a path to better sleep and improved well-being. With the right diagnosis, treatment can be tailored to your specific needs, and you can rediscover the joy of a full night’s rest and improved health.

Your path to restful nights and better overall health begins here in Hereford.

Don’t let sleep disorders disrupt your quality of life.

Quality Sleep Matters for Your Health

Sleep Study Features:

  • State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
  • Non-invasive, painless test
  • Precise monitoring of respiration, eye movement, brain activity, and other vitals.
  • Specially-trained staff to diagnose more than 80 sleep disorders.
  • Sleep history questionnaire to ensure physicians have the information they need.
  • Treatment options specific to your needs.

Is a sleep study right for you?

A wide variety of symptoms can indicate a sleep disorder, including:

  • Snoring

  • Sleeping during the day

  • Being overweight

  • Waking with morning headaches

  • Having high blood pressure

  • Becoming irritable and tired during the day

  • Having difficulty concentrating

  • Waking up choking or gasping

  • Holding your breath while sleeping

  • Having a rapid heartbeat at night

  • Tossing and turning at night

  • Feeling depressed

Common Sleep Disorders Include:

  • Insomnia: Persistent difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
  • Sleep Apnea: Breathing interruptions during sleep, leading to disrupted rest.
  • Narcolepsy: Sudden and uncontrollable episodes of falling asleep.
  • Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS): Unpleasant sensations in the legs causing an irresistible urge to move them, often disrupting sleep.
  • Parasomnias: Abnormal behaviors during sleep, like sleepwalking or night terrors.

How does a sleep study at HRMC work?

The one-night sleep will take place at Hereford Regional Medical Center. Before the study begins, patients fill out a brief sleep history questionnaire detailing their symptoms. This will give the primary care provider relevant information to help with the diagnosis.

Our highly qualified and specially trained staff walk patients through the entire process and answer any questions to ensure the patient’s comfort and understanding of the study. The study involves non-invasive equipment that measure patient’s vital signs, including brain and heart activity, for the duration of the study.

Ou sleep study protocols adhere to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine’s clinical guidelines.

Next Steps – What Happens After Your Sleep Study?

You can expect to receive your sleep study results in as little as one week. A certified sleep medicine physician will explain the diagnosis and potential treatment options, which might include:

  • CPAP therapy
  • Medication
  • Light therapy
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Lifestyle modifications

Ready to embark on your journey to a healthier you? Put an end to sleepless nights and embrace the gift of peaceful, restorative sleep. Your path to a well-rested life begins here with help from the team at HRMC.

Call (806) 364-7512 to schedule an appointment with the Hereford Health Clinic to see if a sleep study referral is right for you.

People Matter

At Hereford Regional Medical Center, you can see for yourself how our team approaches care for our patients as though they’re our friends and family. After all, patients here are also our neighbors.

See how our team works together to ensure high-quality care for our community.

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