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Sleep disorders

Sleep disorders refer to changes in sleep patterns that can affect the amount, timing and quality of sleep you receive. They can also be related to mental health issues. Common sleep disorders include insomnia, sleep apnea and narcolepsy.

Sleep disorder clinic in Salt Lake County, Utah

At Lone Peak Hospital's Sleep Center, we understand that an adequate amount of quality sleep is essential for overall good health.

That's why we offer a comprehensive approach to diagnosing and treating sleep disorders. Our board-certified sleep specialists provide a thorough medical evaluation that can help identify the source of sleep-related problems and help you sleep better as soon as possible.

Expert advice, available 24/7

Free medical information is just a phone call away. Our nurses help you understand your symptoms, treatment options and procedures. They will also help you find a provider or specialist and schedule an appointment.

Free medical information is just a phone call away. Our nurses help you understand your symptoms, treatment options and procedures. They will also help you find a provider or specialist and schedule an appointment.

What is a sleep disorder?

A sleep disorder is a condition that negatively affects sleeping patterns. If left untreated, some sleep disorders may lead to other health conditions.

Symptoms of a sleep disorder

If you are experiencing one or more of the following symptoms, you may have a sleep disorder:

  • Problems falling asleep
  • Trouble staying asleep
  • Snoring
  • Sleepwalking
  • Waking up in the morning feeling tired

Diagnosing a sleep disorder

If you are suspected of having a sleep disorder, your doctor may recommend an overnight sleep study. During a sleep study, registered technologists and respiratory therapists use state-of-the-art equipment to monitor your sleep.

They also monitor and record your:

  • Breathing
  • Brain wave activity
  • Muscle activity
  • Heart rate and rhythms
  • Oxygen levels

This information can help your doctor determine the cause and severity of your sleep condition.

The home-like atmosphere at Lone Peak Hospital's Sleep Center is designed to help patients feel as comfortable as possible during a sleep study. Our private patient rooms include smart TVs that have the ability to play white noise sounds. You are welcome to bring a small music device as well.

Sleep disorder treatment

Our team will personalize a treatment plan to your unique condition after confirming your diagnosis. One treatment we offer is a home sleep system called sleep targeted apnea results (STAR). Many patients report experiencing increased energy and vitality, weight loss and improved overall well-being following treatment.

Sleep disorders we treat

Our sleep specialists are experienced in treating a wide range of sleep disorders, including:

  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy
  • Periodic limb movements
  • Restless legs syndrome
  • Sleep apnea

Pediatric sleep disorders

We understand it can be difficult to know your child isn't sleeping well. That is why our experts are here to help them get the rest they need.

To do this, our board-certified sleep specialist and knowledgeable staff offer high-quality care to evaluate, diagnose and treat children, from 6 years old to 18 years old, who struggle with sleep problems. Additionally, we work closely with your child's primary care provider to ensure they receive the best possible care.

Pediatric sleep conditions we treat

Our specialists are experienced in treating many sleep disorders in children, such as:

  • Bed-wetting
  • Restless sleep
  • Sleep apnea
  • Sleepwalking

Sleep apnea

When a child has sleep apnea, they will likely experience breathing that repeatedly stops and starts during sleep. If left untreated, obstructive sleep apnea may lead to other health conditions.

Symptoms of sleep apnea

Sleep apnea can cause children to experience symptoms such as:

  • Difficultly breathing during sleep
  • Loud snoring
  • Stopped breathing during sleep

Children may also experience symptoms the next day, including:

  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Irritation
  • Persistent yawning

These symptoms usually arise due to interrupted sleep.

Treating sleep apnea in children

Children who test positive for sleep apnea often have enlarged tonsils and adenoids, which can block airflow. One option for treatment is undergoing a tonsillectomy or adenoidectomy—the surgical removal of the tonsils and/or adenoids.

Another common treatment is continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). This treatment requires that your child wear a mask while sleeping. The CPAP machine delivers constant pressurized air through the mask and into your child’s airway, which prevents sleep apnea.

CPAP is usually used for children where sleep apnea is not improved after a tonsillectomy or adenoidectomy or for children who are not candidates for such surgical procedures.

Our Sleep disorders Locations

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Lone Peak Hospital
11925 S State St
Draper, UT 84020
 (801) 545 - 8000

Currently Viewing:

Lone Peak Hospital
11925 S State St
Draper, UT 84020
 (801) 545 - 8000
St. Mark's Hospital
1200 E 3900 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84124
 (801) 268 - 7111

10.5 miles

Brigham City Community Hospital
950 Medical Dr
Brigham City, UT 84302
 (435) 734 - 9471

66.4 miles