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Sleep Disorders Institute

Are you one of the millions of Americans with an undiagnosed sleep disorder? Almost everyone experiences sleepless nights occasionally, but it becomes a serious problem when it happens night after night. Sleep disorders are a constant drain on the body and can have life-threatening consequences if not taken seriously.

Whether you or a loved one suffer from snoring, insomnia, sleepwalking, daytime sleeping, sleep apnea, or one of the many other common sleep disorders, St. Jude Sleep Disorder Institute’s sleep specialists can help you rediscover a good night’s sleep. Offering the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment as well as clinical trials, St. Jude Sleep Disorders Institute is one of Southern California’s most respected sleep treatment facilities.

The St. Jude Sleep Disorders Institute brings together board certified sleep specialists, pulmonologists, psychiatrists and medical psychologists to ensure the most accurate diagnosis and comprehensive care. We are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Both of these distinctions reflect the remarkable quality that has made us the leading sleep treatment facility since 1984.

While over 40 million Americans suffer from treatable sleep disorders, less than a third seek help. The cost can be fatigue, irritability, lower productivity and reduced quality of life. But it could be considerably higher: auto accidents, high blood pressure, heart failure and stroke. If you or someone close to you has one of these sleep-related problems, take it seriously.

Symptoms of a Sleep Disorder to Take Seriously

  • Heavy snoring
  • Pauses in breathing during sleep
  • Chronic fatigue or sleepiness
  • Falling asleep when bored
  • Sleepwalking or acting out dreams
  • Morning headaches

If you, or someone close to you, has a sleep-related problem, call us at (714) 446-7240. Most insurance plans include coverage for sleep disorder evaluations when ordered by a physician.

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