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Sleep Disorders Center

The Sleep Disorders Center provides extensive evaluation of a person's sleep
by use of a diagnostic test called a polysomnogram.  A polysomnogram
normally takes place overnight.  It includes monitoring and recording several aspects of your sleep over a seven to eight hour period.

Good Samaritan's Sleep Disorders Center is accredited by the American
Academy of Sleep Medicine, one of only five in the state of Nebraska.



Trouble sleeping?

If you have trouble falling asleep or staying awake, you may have a sleeping disorder.  More than 50 million people are poor sleepers.  It's important to remember that sleep disorders can be diagnosed and managed.

The most serious symptoms of a sleep disorder are:

        
Excessive daytime sleepiness
        Breathing irregularities during sleep
        Snoring

Snoring is not a joking matter and may be a symptom of a serious sleeping disorder
called sleep apnea.  Please answer the following questions to see if you may have
sleep apnea.  The results of the survey will be sent to Jeff Newby, Sleep Disorders
Center Manager.  You will then be contacted within 3-5 business days.
 

To take the Sleep Survey:
Click Here  

 
Sleep Apnea