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A Healthy Sleep Habits can make a big difference in your quality of life. Having healthy sleep habits is often referred to as having good Sleep Hygiene. Good sleep is a normal expectation for everyone, it is one of our most important activities and without it we wouldn’t be able to effectively function physically or mentally.

Having poor sleep hygiene or when we don’t get enough sleep, we can be irritable, lack a proper concentration and we can feel weak and tired. Lack of quality sleep can be dangerous or fatal to your health.

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Do You Have a Sleep Disorder?

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Do You Snore?

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Is snoring so loud that it can be heard through a door or wall?

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Do you stop breathing or gasp during sleep?

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What is your collar size?

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Do you have high blood pressure?

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Do you occasionally doze, or fall asleep during the day when you're not busy or active?

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Are you overweight?

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SLEEP DISORDER SOLUTIONS

We believe in excellent and quality standard of care in Sleep Medicine and we provide the latest sleep technology to support your treatment.

Sleep Medicine Clinic in Dubai

Sleep Evaluation, Analysis, Treatment and Follow-up

At American Hospital Dubai, our Sleep Laboratory offers a comfortable atmosphere and quality experience for the diagnostic testing and treatment of your Sleep Related Disorder (SRD). The Sleep Laboratory maintains the gold standard of patient care following the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). Our Pulmonary - Sleep Medicine Specialists are directly involved with patient care and they are all American Board Certified Sleep Medicine Physicians and including all our Polysomnography Sleep Technologists.

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In celebration of the World Sleep Day, we are highlighting the importance of good and quality sleep health to best achieve your personal, family, and professional goals.

Insomnia

is a persistent condition that makes it hard to fall asleep, stay asleep, or both. There are many causes for insomnia, like medical conditions, psychiatric conditions, lifestyle habits, and eating habits.

Hypersomnia

is a group of sleep disorders that causes excessive sleepiness. A person may fall asleep at time, unable to concentrate and focus at work and may lead to a dangerous case especially while driving.

Parasomnia

is a group of sleep disorders which leads to unwanted events or experiences that occur while falling asleep, or during sleep and waking up. It can occur when falling asleep or during the sleep cycle.

Jet Lag

is a condition in which a person’s sleep time is out of alignment and does not follow a normal sleeping pattern at night. It is a temporary disorder that causes fatigue, insomnia, and other symptoms as a result of air travel across time zones. It is considered a circadian rhythm sleep disorder, which is a disruption of the internal body clock.

Narcolepsy

is a neurological disorder that affects the control of sleep and wakefulness. People with narcolepsy experience excessive daytime sleepiness and intermittent, uncontrollable episodes of falling asleep during the daytime. These sudden sleep attacks may occur during any type of activity at any time of the day.

Sleep Related Breathing Disorder

Sleep Apnea is a disorder that involves the interruption of normal breathing where breathing stops and starts during sleep or may interrupt the sleep. There are three main kinds including Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA – most common type), Central Sleep Apnea and Complex Sleep Apnea Syndrome.

Common Symptoms of
Sleep Related Disorders

Snoring

loud or frequent

Cessation of Breathing

Shallow - Silent pauses in breathing

Airway Obstruction

Choking or gasping sounds

Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

feeling sleepy and yawning at all times

Morning headaches

may lead to irritability

Nocturia

frequent urge to urinate especially at night

Inability to Concentrate

fail focus and may tend forget at all times

The Polysomnography Known As Sleep Study

The Sleep Study is an overnight non-invasive diagnostic test procedure for the evaluation and analysis of a suspected sleep disorder and/or sleep related breathing disorder performed in a specialized clinical setting of the hospital Sleep Laboratory.

It involves a continuous monitoring and recording of the central (brain) events, cardiac (heart) events and respiratory events or breathing patterns (lungs) during the entire duration your sleep. In addition, there are other sleep events such as the arm and leg movements and the blood oxygen levels which are monitored and recorded during study.

The Sleep Study will require a minimum of 8 hours sleep to complete the test procedure. There will be electrodes and sensors which will be attached to your body that will capture and record the sleep related events for the entire duration of the test procedure. The certified Sleep Technologist will be conducting the Sleep Study along with the support of the Sleep Medicine Physician.

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When choosing your physician, it goes without saying that quality standards and clinical experience are of the utmost importance. Meet our American Board Certified Consultants!

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Some health issues are effecting sleep, you might not be suffering from sleep disorder but having a risk of getting it, early detection is better than cure

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19th Street
Oud Metha
Dubai

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