Sleep is essential for physical and mental well-being. It is a restorative process that enables a person to be healthy and productive. Yet, 65 million Americans, more than one-third of the population, suffer from sleep disorders that deprive them of getting proper rest. If your spouse or partner keeps you up at night, the board-certified pulmonologists and sleep medicine physicians at the Stoneridge Sleep Center may be able to help.
They are able to diagnose and treat a wide variety of sleep disorders including:
Tips for getting a good night sleep.
• Be consistent with your bedtime routine.
• Block out 7-9 hours for a full night of uninterrupted sleep.
• Deal with worries and distractions during the day.
• Exercise regularly...but not too close to bedtime.
• Meditate before going to bed...relax and clear your mind.
• Avoid caffeine and other stimulants.
• Avoid alcohol within 4 hours of bedtime.
Listen to the snore sound clips below and select the one that sounds most familiar to you. Click on the form link at the bottom of the page and fill out the necessary information and we'll send you a FREE sleep set. Wearing these simple devices can help diminish the pesky rays from a digital alarm clock and dull the sounds of snoring helping you to get a better night's sleep.
Snore Sound Clips
Snore Sample No. 1
Snore Sample No. 2
Snore Sample No. 3
Snore Sample No. 4