More than 50 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. These include sleep apnea, narcolepsy, or severe insomnia. An additional 35 million people have occasional sleep-related problems that leave them feeling fatigued throughout the day. The symptoms and side effects of these disorders can lead to physical and mental health issues. Many sleep disorders have serious health implications. Poor sleep has been associated with increased risk of hypertension, heart failure, stroke, diabetes, and other conditions. Early screening and identification at our sleep clinic in New Jersey may help prevent serious complications. After diagnosis and the beginning of therapy, close follow-up ensures appropriate treatment for improved overall wellness.
THE RECOMMENDED SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT EXPERTS We all need sleep. There’s no getting around it. Many of us can hit the hay and doze off in twenty minutes, but some of us struggle with a variety of sleep disorders: whether sleep apnea, insomnia or other sleep disorders which can get in the way of a […]
NEW JERSEY’S INSOMNIA TREATMENT CENTER Everyone seems to know about insomnia – but what exactly is it? Basically, it’s being unable to continuously fall or stay asleep regularly. It’s not a disease or diagnosis in and of itself; instead, it’s a symptom that may be rooted in medical conditions or emotional problems, ranging from chronic […]
A NARCOLEPSY GUIDE FROM NEW JERSEY’S TRUSTED SLEEP SPECIALISTS Our sleep specialists here at Sleep Dynamics have put together an introductory guide on narcolepsy, a sleep-related condition that affects thousands each year. Read on to learn more. WHAT IS NARCOLEPSY? Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological disorder that disrupts the brain’s ability to control sleep-wake cycles. The disorder […]
The person who coined the phrase "I slept like a baby" must have not taken into consideration that up to 50% of children have sleep problems! ...read more
Sleep Dynamics is proud to be one of New Jersey's only sleep centers accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). To qualify for ...read more