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Sleep studies

When your doctor recommends a sleep study to get more information about the source of your sleep troubles, choose ProHealth Care Sleep Center. You’ll get expert care in a comfortable setting near your home in southeastern Wisconsin.

What’s a sleep study?

A sleep study is a test that records what happens when you sleep. It may monitor your:

  • Blood oxygen levels
  • Body movement
  • Brain waves
  • Breathing
  • Eye movement
  • Heart rate
  • Muscle tone

Accredited sleep center

Feel confident you’ll get high-quality, patient-centered care at ProHealth Care Sleep Center. We’re accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM).

Sleep tests we offer

Trust ProHealth Care Sleep Center for comfortable, accurate sleep tests, including:

  • Polysomnography – Monitors your sleep stages and cycles to check for sleep pattern disruption; may help diagnose sleep apnea, narcolepsy, periodic limb movements and other sleep disorders.
  • Multiple sleep latency test (MSLT) – Records how fast you fall asleep in a quiet room with scheduled naps during the day; may help diagnose narcolepsy.
  • Titration study – Finds the right settings and the right device for you, which helps keep your airways open while you sleep.
  • Maintenance of wakeful test – Shows how well you can stay awake for a specific amount of time.

What to expect at the sleep center

Spend the night in a quiet, comfortable hotel-like private room with its own bathroom. You’ll be asked to arrive a couple of hours before bedtime. You may bring personal items and wear your own pajamas.

Before you go to bed, a sleep technician will place painless sensors on your head and body. You’ll be alone in the room during your sleep tests. Your sleep technician monitors your sleep and condition from a separate room throughout the night. You can easily call your technician if you have any questions or problems during your stay.

In the morning, enjoy a light breakfast before leaving the sleep center.

Sleep tests for shift workers

If you work nights or evenings, and sleep during the day, ask about scheduling a sleep test to fit your usual sleep schedule.

Home sleep apnea test

If your doctor thinks you may have obstructive sleep apnea, you may be eligible for a home sleep test. Sleep in the comfort of your own bedroom while wearing a portable computer monitoring device that checks your heart rate, blood oxygen levels and breathing patterns. Certain patients may not be eligible for this test, including people younger than 18 years old or those with specific heart and lung conditions.

Sleep test results

Data from your sleep test is analyzed by a board certified sleep medicine doctor. Results are then shared with your referring physician. 

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