Somerset NJ Sleep Medicine and Sleep Lab Center

Somerset Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine
 
Somerset Sleep Lab and Bridgewater Sleep Lab  

Our sleep center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine

This facility is located at the premises of our Bridgewater office. We provide full comprehensive
services and sleep studies for patients who are suspected of having sleep disorders. This center is
equipped with comfortable, sound-proof bedrooms which will help optimize patients' sleep quality, with
the most cutting-edge sleep lab technology. Our sleep technologists are among the best-trained and
experienced. This facility is highly secure, with police patrols constantly monitoring the premises.

somerset nj sleep disorders

One out of five people in the United States has a sleep
disorder and suffers from the consequences of excessive
daytime sleepiness that regularly interferes with daily activities.

Symptoms of Sleep Disorder:

  • Loud and/or irregular snoring
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Depressed or anxious mood
  • Interruptions in breathing during sleep
  • Complaints of inability to fall asleep or maintain sleep

Most Common Sleep Disorders:

Sleep Apnea Syndrome:
People with sleep apnea may stop breathing several times during sleep. These apnea episodes last
from 10 to 120 seconds and may occur as often as several hundred times a night. Symptoms include
heavy snoring, fitful and restless sleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, morning headaches,
obesity, high blood pressure, and depression.

Periodic Limb Movements of Sleep (PLMS):
People with this disorder may not receive proper rest at night and consequently feel as though they have
insomnia or excessive daytime sleepiness.

Narcolepsy:
People who are too sleepy during the day, or have almost irresistible urges to take daytime naps, may
have narcolepsy. These individuals also may experience muscular weakness when they are angry,
surprised or amused.

Conditional Insomnia:
There are many causes of insomnia. The most common factors causing conditional insomnia are
the following:

  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Noise/environmental conditions
  • Breathing problems
  • Medical illness
  • Certain drugs, medication, alcohol

If you believe you have a sleep disorder, you should consult one of our physicians. Our staff will
explain details about our testing procedures. In addition, all billing and administrative issues or
questions will be answered before patients are tested at the center.

Below are actual pictures of our sleep center observation rooms:

Sleep Center Room 1

 

Sleep Center Room 2

 

 
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