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• Sleep related breathing disorders
• Circadian rhythm disorders
• Sleep related movement disorders
Treating patients with sleep disorders involves a blend of physiology, neurology and psychiatry in patients of all ages. Often sleep disorders are associated with daytime fatigue, lack of focus or concentration, low mood, and unusual breathing patterns. Left untreated, sleep disorders increase the risk of chronic medical problems such as obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, depression and stroke. These health risks are reduced through effective management of sleep disorders.
TPMG is committed to helping patients achieve better sleep and offers daytime sleep studies for shift workers at our Sleep Health Clinic. Our physicians and sleep laboratory staff have extensive experience in the diagnosis and management of various sleep disorders.
Source: American Academy of Sleep Medicine