Treatment for Insomnia, Sleep Apnea & More in Raleigh, Durham, Apex & Beyond
It is estimated that 95 percent of people suffering from chronic sleep disorders are currently undiagnosed. Wake Sleep’s sleep doctors are trained and certified to diagnose and treat these ailments so you can get a good night’s sleep. Through extensive studies and trials, we are able to identify the root of your sleep disorder and competently resolve the issues with proper medical treatment.
Some of the ways that Wake Sleep can help diagnose sleep disorders include the following studies:
- Sleep Consultations – Individual evaluations with one of our board certified Sleep Specialists.
- Polysomnography (PSG) – An overnight sleep study in which sleep stages and breathing are monitored.
- CPAP Titration Study (CPAP/BIPAP) – CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) is the most common and effective treatment for sleep apnea.
- Split Night Study – Combination of PSG and CPAP study. If severe sleep apnea is observed during the first two hours of sleep, CPAP will be applied.
- PAP-NAP – One-on-one training to help those struggling or failing CPAP therapies find the right mask and right pressure delivery for successful CPAP treatment.
- Home Sleep Study – When conditions are amenable, the home sleep study can be utilized in the comfort of your own bed.
- MSLT Study – A daytime test that evaluates daytime sleepiness, which can rule out narcolepsy or idiopathic hypersomnia.
- MWT Study – Measures the ability of a person to stay awake – great for the DOT to show successful treatment of drivers with sleep apnea being treated with CPAP.
- Neurology Consultations – Meeting with Dr. Jagadeesan, our board-certified, on-site neurologist, or Virginia (Ginger) Jethro, PA.
Clinical Research Trials in Sleep Disorders in Raleigh:
We are currently conducting clinical research trials with Wake Research Associates to evaluate diagnostics and treatments for a variety of sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, insomnia and narcolepsy. For more information, visit Wake Research or call (919) 781-2514.
If you feel you can benefit from our services, please contact us to schedule an appointment for sleep disorder treatment in Raleigh, Cary, Durham, and beyond!