An estimated 40 million people in the United States are affected by a sleep disorder. Common problems include:
Sleep disorders can be deadly serious. Seven in 10 Americans have them. Yet 95 percent go untreated and undiagnosed. They result in lost productivity, medical expenses, sick leave and property damage. Most sleep problems and sleep disorders can be treated and managed safely and effectively. Our goal is to help people overcome these problems as quickly and effectively as possible.
The Chesapeake Regional Sleep Center is committed to your comfort. In fact, the more comfortable you are, the better able we are to diagnose your sleep problems. That's why each of our tastefully appointed sleep rooms includes a queen-size bed, ceiling fan, telephone, flat-screen television and handicapped-accessible bathroom. And staff members are always on hand to help keep you comfortable. Using high-tech sensors, we'll chart your heart rate, breathing, brain activity, blood-oxygen level, and muscle and eye movements. Once we diagnose your sleep problem, we'll develop a customized treatment plan that treats you to the good night's sleep that is so essential to your good health.
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We understand how sleep disturbances can impact your child’s or teen’s health and well-being. That’s why we offer specialized care for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep problems for children ages 5-16. We offer a full range of pediatric sleep services, including on-site, personalized testing and state-of-the-art studies.
Does your child suffer from any of these symptoms?
Many of these symptoms can be worsened by sleep apnea, a disorder in which breathing continuously stops and restarts throughout the night. About one to five percent of children have obstructive sleep apnea and, if left untreated, the condition can lead to other problems. Chesapeake Regional treats pediatric sleep disorders.
Our Sleep Center has all of the necessary equipment for pediatric sleep studies and provides accommodations for parents who must stay the night with their child.
Pediatric sleep require a referral from a pediatrician and are scheduled after an evaluation by a sleep center physician. For more information, call 757-312-6565. Chesapeake Regional’s Sleep Center is located next to the Lifestyle Center at 800 Battlefield Blvd., North, Chesapeake, Va. 23320.