Good Health means Sound Sleep and High Alertness
According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, about 40 million people in the United States suffer from chronic long-term sleep disorders each year and an additional 20 million people experience occasional sleep problems.
There are about 80 disorders of sleep and alertness that might damage your health, diminish the qualaty of your life, change your emotions, destroy your relationships, affect your job performance and jeopardize safe driving.
Some sleep too little, some fitfully, and some too much.
There are about 82 somatic (medical), emotional, and behavioral disorders of sleep, started in sleep or associated with sleep including stop breathing, heart arrhythmias, diabetes, strokes, heart attackes, seizures, nightmares, night terrors, bedwettingand many others. Disordered sleep means disordered health.
Sleep and Behavior Medicine Institute provides multiple diagnostic procedures and safe non-invasive treatments to make your sleep more restful and your alertness more productive.