Getting a good night’s sleep is vital to your health and well-being. If you are not able to get enough rest each night because something is disrupting your sleep you may notice fatigue, headaches, memory problems and feelings of depression. Poor sleep may also increase your risks for catching the flu, suffering a heart attack or even a stroke. Find the help you need for a variety of sleep-related problems from our experienced team.
Stop counting sheep at night
No matter if you’re seeking care for you, your child, or a loved one, you’ll get specially-trained staff who can help you get back to sleep from a variety of sleep conditions. Commonly treated conditions include:
If you need care for a condition not listed here, consult with one of our sleep health providers.
Services and treatments to help you sleep
Sleep is so important for your overall health. Bronson’s experts can help you get the rest you need.
- In-lab sleep study – Meet with your doctor to set up an in-lab, overnight sleep study, also called a polysomnogram (PSG). It records brain activity, eye and body movements as well as other vitals to help uncover hidden health issues related to sleep.
- At-home sleep apnea testing - After meeting with your doctor, you may decide the best option is to use a simple, at-home sleep apnea test. It measures your heart rate, blood oxygen level, air flow and/or breathing patterns. At-home testing devices can be picked up at five convenient locations throughout southwest Michigan:
Regardless of if you opt for an in-lab or at-home sleep study, you and your doctor will talk about your results and next steps for care. If you need to see a sleep specialist, we have locations in Battle Creek and Portage. For some treatments, like sleep apnea, you may also have the option to schedule a video visit with Bronson MyChart so you never have to go far for expert care.
Not all services are available at all locations (call for details). You’ll benefit from a number of care options for various conditions:
- Support groups – Talking with others who are also using a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) can help you discuss your experiences, share ideas, and provide emotional support for one another
- Positive airway pressure naps (PAP-NAP) - CPAPs can take some time to get used to. Before you start to use a CPAP, you can test it in the sleep lab at Bronson
- Transcutaneous carbon dioxide (TcpCO2) monitoring – A test that measures the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood that can be caused by sleep apnea
Committed to your sleep health
From routine testing to condition management, you’ll work with your sleep team to find a personalized plan to improve your sleep.
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