“Over 70 million Americans suffer from disorders of sleep and wakefulness with 2 million of those being children. An estimated 10 million Americans remain undiagnosed.”
Who is affected
If you have trouble sleeping, you’re not alone! Sleep disorders affect over 70 million Americans. The Alabama Sleep Clinic, the leading sleep clinic in the Tennessee Valley, has years of experience diagnosing and treating a wide range of sleep disorders. We will work closely with you to effectively diagnose and treat your sleep disorder.
Why is the Alabama Sleep Clinic the best area clinic for diagnosing and treating sleep disorders?
Our doctors and professional staff provide the most comprehensive and effective treatments of any clinic in north Alabama and southern Tennessee. At the Alabama Sleep Clinic, you can visit a doctor, receive a diagnosis, discuss your sleep disorder and treatment options with your doctor, then have access to treatment options right here at our facility. From our knowledgeable and friendly physicians, to the unique and comprehensive services we provide, to our friendly staff and first-class facilities, we provide our patients with the very best!
What are sleep disorders?
Sleep disorders are usually medical conditions that cause you to have trouble going to sleep and/or staying asleep, waking up unrefreshed, or suffer from insomnia. If you often feel sleepy during the day, you may have a sleep disorder. The most common sleep disorder is obstructed sleep apnea (or OSA). Because this sleep disorder is so common, the Alabama Sleep Clinic developed special diagnostic and treatment tools to help people with this disorder.
Who can have a sleep disorder?
Sleep disorders can affect anyone, from very young children to the elderly. If you have trouble sleeping, the Alabama Sleep Clinic can help.
What are some common sleep disorders?
The Alabama Sleep Clinic can diagnose and treat a wide range of sleep disorders. The most common sleep problems we diagnose and treat include sleep apnea, insomnia, restless legs syndrome, periodic limb movement, narcolepsy, snoring, and pediatric sleep disorders. You can read more about each of these sleep disorders, and common treatments, in this section.