We can help you for “the rest of your life”
- Each year over 100,000 police reported motor vehicle crashes involve drowsiness or fatigue as a principal causal factor.
- Sleepiness has been implicated as a contributing factor in major industrial accidents.
- Untreated, chronic insomnia may lead to depression.
- Sleep apnea, a serious and dangerous breathing disorder often associated with snoring, is closely linked to hypertension, coronary artery disease and stroke.
- Loud snoring is not only a potential health danger signal but it can create a severe strain on a relationship as well.
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If you’re one of over 50 million Americans who suffer from a sleep disorder, we’re here to help. Our hospital-based Center For Sleep Medicine is a conveniently located and comfortable setting in which our board certified physicians, Scott B. Rosenberg, M.D. and Gregory Breen, M.D., and highly skilled sleep technologists perform what is known as a polysomnogram, a big word that means “sleep study”.
This diagnostic sleep study is a non-invasive procedure which records your sleep pattern, breathing, oxygen level, heart rate and rhythm, and muscle tone while you sleep overnight, pampered in a private, hotel-like room at our modern Center.
You’ll even enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast before heading out for your normal routine early the next morning.
If it’s time you or someone you love needs a good night’s sleep we suggest you consult your doctor or contact us at (856) 853-2131 to find out how we can help you for “the rest of your life”.