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Solving your sleep problems is what gets us out of bed in the morning.
We built our business on sleep, because we know it’s foundational to the rest of human health. When we address what’s keeping you up at night, we resolve so much of what’s dragging you down during the day.
Studies keep showing us that sleep isn’t just about not being tired; it correlates with our weight, immune systems, heart health, mental health and the quality of our relationships.
To understand disordered sleep, it helps to know what healthy sleep looks like. Ideally, you’re getting 7 to 9 continuous hours of sleep (without keeping others awake). You fall asleep within 20 minutes of lying down, and wake up feeling refreshed and alert.
Here’s a typical hypnogram from a healthy sleeper. You’ll notice plenty of deep sleep in the first half, more REM sleep in the second half, and only a couple of awakenings.
Here’s a hypnogram from someone who was dealing with fragmented sleep. You’ll notice several awakenings, and almost no deep sleep. That lack of restorative sleep is why people don’t feel rested.
Here’s what you can expect from our process.
First, we find out what’s happening. We ask a number of questions about your nights and days to get a good feel for your problem.
The most precise way to understand a sleep disorder is through a sleep study. We offer at-home sleep studies, so you’re comfortable in your own bed, with no one watching you.
Once we look at your sleep in its entirety, we assess, diagnose and create a customized solution to solve your sleep issues and improve your overall health.
No matter where you are in the process – your first consult, your sleep study or your treatment – our process is flexible enough to be fully remote or fully in person.
Restoring your sleep and reclaiming your day starts with Sleep Therapeutics.