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The Sleep Center

Sleep is a time for your body to recover, rest and recharge. But if you’re one of the more than 50 million Americans experiencing a sleep disorder, your rest time is not doing this job effectively. At The Sleep Center at Nacogdoches Medical Center, we know that sleep disorders increase your risk for a wide range of serious medical conditions. That’s why we’re committed to diagnosing and addressing your sleep disorder to help you get a good night’s sleep. 

Effective Treatment

At The Sleep Center, we’re able to evaluate and identify the causes of your sleep disruption while ensuring your comfort. Evaluation will be done in one of the newly designed sleep center “bedrooms” at Nacogdoches Medical Center or, if appropriate, a home study may be recommended by our board-certified sleep doctor. We then rely on state-of-the-art treatment options to effectively treat your sleep disruption, helping you sleep better and live healthier. 

A Dangerous Condition

The two most common sleep disorders are insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). These and other sleep disorders put you at higher risk for a wide range of health problems, including weight gain, depression, heart disease and stroke.

If you’re ready to rest better and live healthier, contact The Sleep Center at (936) 568-3450.

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