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Sleep Center

Cabinet Peaks' Sleep Center is a AASM accredited sleep-related, breathing disorder laboratory.

It is estimated that 40 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders, and an additional 20-30 million are affected by intermittent sleep-related problems. What is shocking is that an overwhelming majority of sleep disorders remain undiagnosed and untreated.

An occasional bad night's sleep is no cause for concerns, but a continued sleep disorder can affect your health and the quality of your waking hours. There are more than 84 disorders related to sleep that can lead to a lower quality of life and diminished health. Here are some of the more common sleep disorders.

Sleep Disorders: What are they and what are their symptoms?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Breathing pauses from a few seconds to a minute or more throughout the night. Loud snoring, daytime sleepiness, and even high blood pressure, heart failure, and stroke are associated with this disorder.

Symptoms can include excessive daytime sleepiness, uncontrollable daytime sleep attacks, sudden loss of muscle tone, vivid hallucinations during sleep onset, and sleep paralysis.
Self evaluation for daytime sleepiness:
Epworth Sleepiness Scale (PDF)

Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. This disorder effects one in three American adults.

Restless Legs Syndrome:
An unpleasant creeping or crawling sensation in the legs when awake and at rest. The arms may also be affected by this disorder.

Periodic Limb Movements:
Involuntary movement of the legs occurring while asleep. The person is usually unaware of the nighttime movements and may complain of restless sleep or excessive daytime sleepiness.

Sleep walking, sleep talking, teeth grinding, sleep terrors, rhythmic-movement disorder (head banging, head rolling, or body rocking) occurring mainly in young children, and REM sleep behavior disorder (acting out of dreams).

Learn How To Get A Good Night's Sleep Close to Home!

Our sophisticated Sleep Center, with state-of-the-art technology wrapped in home-like comfort,
offers you professionally trained sleep technicians committed to providing you with high quality and reliable sleep diagnostic analysis. Now Offering: Home Sleep Testing with sleep physician consultation.

Dr. Deb Hoffman, Board Certified in Sleep Medicine, works closely with our technicians and your local physician to manage patient care through sleep consultation, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up.

This seamless transition of care takes our patients from sleepless nights to healthier, happier lives.

Cabinet Peaks Medical Center
Sleep Center
350 Louisiana Ave.
Libby, MT 5992