Sleep disorders can negatively impact your quality of life.
Approximately 50-70 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders, but a staggering 80% have never been diagnosed, needlessly stuck in a cycle of restless nights and daytime sleepiness. Could you too be suffering from an undiagnosed sleep disorder? Find out by asking yourself the questions below.
Has anyone ever told you that you snore?
Do you awaken tired and unrefreshed?
Do you wake up gasping for air, or have you been told your breathing is irregular?
Are you tired or feel “run down” during the day?
Do you have difficulty falling asleep at night?
Have you noticed your memory is not as good as it was?
Are you experiencing a decrease in your sex drive?
Do you frequently feel more moody or irritable?
Have you been told you kick at night?
Do you have an urge to move your legs that is relieved by moving them?
If you answered yes to two or more of these questions, you may have a serious sleep disorder—but don’t panic. You’ve just taken the first step to improve your sleep. Next, let Dr. Jonathan Schwartz guide you towards a better night’s rest. Listen as he describes the common types of sleep disorders, their symptoms, how they’re diagnosed and treated, and why the accredited INTEGRIS Sleep Center is the right choice for you. To learn more, call 405-636-7700.