Sleep Disorder Center in NYC
Allergy & Asthma Sleep Center of Excellence Provides a Sleep Specialist Doctor Who Specializes in the Comprehensive Evaluation and Treatment of Sleep Apnea, Snoring, Insomnia, Children’s Sleep Disorders. Contact Us Today for More Information. Dr. Mayank Shukla, MD & Pulmonologist and his Team are Dedicated to Helping You Get the Sleep You Deserve
Maybe you feel like no matter how well you sleep each night, you never feel refreshed the next day. On the other hand, maybe you have trouble getting to sleep. These issues as well as various others are often signs of a sleep disorder. At Allergy & Asthma Sleep Center of Excellence, we help individuals throughout Midtown East, NYC and the surrounding area, optimize their sleep. We’re located in the “Medical Mile” near the 33 St 4, 6-line transit stop.
Symptoms to Look for :
It’s normal to feel tired during the day, but if you’re experiencing daytime fatigue regularly, you may have insomnia, sleep apnea, or another sleep disorder. Keep in mind, even children can have difficulty with insomnia. It’s one of the pediatric sleep problems that can interfere with your child’s ability to concentrate in school.
Waking Up Throughout the Night
It’s common to wake up once per night, especially as you age. However, if you find yourself waking up more than once regularly, you may suffer from insomnia. Often with insomnia, when you do wake up, you might have difficulty getting back to sleep.
Your mental clarity is usually affected when you don’t get enough quality sleep. You may feel confused or have difficulty concentrating. Often, the symptoms of insomnia and other sleep disorders, especially pediatric sleep problems, mimic ADHD. Additionally, you may notice memory problems when you have a sleep disorder.
It might seem normal to have sleepiness during the day – in particular – if you juggle multiple responsibilities, but this could mean you have a sleep disorder.
How Our Sleep Disorder Center Helps
Discuss Your Issues
When you visit our sleep disorder center for a visit, you discuss your issues with a sleep doctor. We’ll also ask you questions about your current lifestyle habits and review your medical history.
Based on the results of your initial consultation with us, a sleep doctor from our sleep clinic may recommend you working with one of our other sleep specialists. A sleep doctor may also recommend you undergoing a sleep study.
For a sleep study, you come into our sleep clinic overnight. During this time, one of our sleep specialists monitors you through wires connected to your body. The wires help us see how frequently you move as well as what your vital signs are throughout the night. If you stop breathing throughout the night, even for short periods of time, we may diagnose you with sleep apnea. We can determine how many times you wake up, which could help us determine if you have insomnia.
Other Possible Treatments at Our Sleep Disorder Center
Using multiple approaches usually is the best method for most patients.
Located in the “Medical Mile” in Midtown East, NYC, Allergy & Asthma Sleep Center of Excellence, situated near the 33 St 4, 6-line transit stop, offers a variety of treatments for sleep disorders. Call us at (917) 633-9663 for an appointment.