Sleep Study

Sleep Center

Endeavor is a state-of-the-art independent testing facility, which specializes in sleep medicine. You will be welcomed by the friendly, professional staff and shown to your home-like sleeping suite.

We are committed to making you comfortable during your overnight study and have taken every step to ensure your room is warm and soothing, not cold and clinical or hospital-like. Each sleep room has its own climate control so you can adjust the temperature to your liking.

Upon completion of your sleep study we will provide your physician with detailed information on your sleep study within 3 business days from the date of study.

At Endeavor Therapy & Sleep Center you will not be asked to "pay up front" for your sleep study.

Take this simple test to determine if you could benefit from asleep study.

Sleepiness Test

How often have you dozed or fallen asleep during the past four weeks?

Please select the choice which best describes your chance of dozing or sleeping.

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TEST SCORE:

If you score 10 or higher, you should talk to your physician or call the Endeavor Therapy and Sleep Center at 262-241-8022.

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What is sleep medicine?

Sleep medicine is the study and treatment of disorders and/or conditions that occur when normal sleep cycles are repeatedly interrupted, resulting in fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and increased risk of accidents.

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What conditions qualify for a sleep study?

  • Circadian rhythm disorder
  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy
  • Night terrors
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Sleep apnea
  • Sleepwalking
  • Snoring

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What are the benefits of being monitored during sleep?

  • Definitive evaluations of sleep problems
  • Increased knowledge of your sleep patterns
  • Improved energy level
  • Improved sleep
  • Improved quality of life

A benefit of using a sleep lab is the efficient testing for patients. The patient can be in and out of the lab within 8 to 9 hours, thus eliminating the need to remain in the facility for extended lengths of time.

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How is the patient is monitored?

  • By Oximetry
  • By Chest plethysmography
  • By Electrocardigraphy
  • By Electroencephalography
  • By Electrooculography
  • By the number of times breathing stops
  • By time spent in each sleep stage
  • By the body positions in which the patient sleeps

Still not sure if you need a sleep study? Take our free ApneaLink™ screening.

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