Sleep Disorders

As many as 80% of sleep disorders go undiagnosed, even though they wreak havoc in the lives of those they affect. Get back to sleep – and back to a healthy life.

Approximately 50 - 70 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders. Eighty percent of those are undiagnosed. People who have sleep disorders may experience daytime sleepiness, fatigue, irritability, depression, reduced concentration and memory, frequent illnesses, lost productivity, and increased workplace accidents or automobile accidents. Sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy, periodic limb movement disorder and restless legs syndrome may cause these problems.

Studies show that poor sleep is linked to a variety of chronic problems, such as:

  • High blood pressure
  • Stroke
  • Headaches
  • Trouble concentrating
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Impaired work performance
  • Heart failure
  • Diabetes
  • Irritability
  • Memory loss   
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Weight Gain

Our sleep programs are dedicated to alleviating symptoms and improve sleep patterns and daily life for people with sleep disorders. We offer a full range of up-to-date diagnostic and treatment procedures as part of our comprehensive care program to help you get back to sleep.

Understanding Sleep Disorders

Do you have a sleep disorder?

If you answer “YES” to two or more of these questions, you may have a serious sleep disorder.

  1. Has anyone ever told you snore?

  2. Do you awaken tired and unrefreshed?

  3. Do you wake up gasping for air, or have you been told your breathing is irregular?

  4. Are you tired or feel “run down” during the day?

  5. Do you have difficulty falling asleep at night?

  6. Have you noticed your memory is not as good as it was?

  7. Are you experiencing a decrease in your sex drive?

  8. Do you frequently feel more moody or irritable?

  9. Have you been told you kick at night?

  10. Do you have an urge to move your legs that is relieved by moving them?

For more information please call our main number at 405-636-7700.

National statistics suggest there are as many as 380,000 Oklahomans with undiagnosed sleep disorders, likely 60,000 in the Oklahoma City metro alone. There are over 80 different sleep disorders that can be diagnosed. In many cases the symptoms of one sleep disorder can be the same as another.

A variety of abnormal sleep patterns and their causes are identified by a sleep study which will be used to direct proper therapy.

Our compassionate staff members place an emphasis on comfort and convenience for each patient. Our state-of-the-art sleep centers are equipped with the latest technology to facilitate fast and accurate diagnosis and treatment of each patient’s sleep disorder.

Respiration, oxygen levels, heart rhythm, limb movements, and brain wave activity are monitored during your sleep. Two studies may be required for complete evaluation. Our team of Board Certified Sleep Specialists reviews each study to insure the correct diagnosis is made.

Fortunately, once your sleep disorder is diagnosed, there are treatment options available. The appropriate treatment option will depend on the specific sleep disorder, but is customized to your individual needs as well. Part of our mission is to help your physician find the therapy specific to your needs so that you can sleep better at night and be more awake and alert during the day.

  • We work with you and your physician to develop a treatment plan and provide follow-up

  • We offer night, day, and weekend sleep evaluations

  • Board certified sleep specialists and registered sleep technologists 

Sleep Disorder Treatment

For those who suffer from sleep disorders, help is available from many sources.

Sleep problems may be caused by or be the result of disorders in various systems of the body. Obstructive sleep apnea, for example, is a respiratory disorder while narcolepsy is a neurological disorder.

To diagnose and treat sleep disorders, experts at INTEGRIS may use a variety of sleep studies and treatment methods, including:

  • Home sleep study

  • Actigraph to monitor sleep and wake patterns

  • Nocturnal polysomnography

  • CPAP titration study (continuous airway pressure therapy)

  • Nocturnal seizure monitoring

  • Ventilatory support study

  • Maintenance of wakefulness test (MWT)

  • Multiple sleep latency testing (MSLT) 

  • Seizure sleep study

  • Split night sleep study

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