sleep study

Sleep is the key to life. On average, we spend a third of our lifetime sleeping. If you’re not sleeping well, it can impact your quality of life and long-term medical conditions. Poor sleep quality also can contribute to health problems such as high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, and heart failure. Sleep studies and other diagnostic testing services are the first steps toward effective sleep disorder treatment.

A sleep study, whether performed at home or in a sleep center, is the most effective way to diagnose many sleep disorders, like sleep apnea. That's why Amelia Heart & Vascular Center provides you with a state-of-the-art Sleep Disorders Center to diagnose and treat sleep disorders. We understand how important sleep is to your overall wellness and are committed to helping you get the sleep you need to live your healthiest life.

At Amelia Heart & Vascular Center, we’re committed to providing the best available testing and treatment to improve your health, happiness, and overall wellness hand-in-hand with outstanding patient care.

Personalized Care for Sleep Study

For years, our goal at Amelia Heart & Vascular Center has been to improve the quality of sleep in patients through the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Testing is the first step in getting to the root of your sleep problem. This includes special tests that monitor your breathing, vital signs, and brainwaves while you sleep. They are instrumental in accurately diagnosing sleep disorders.

Referrals are made for you to have at home sleep study.

Sleep Disorders Treatment

Common symptoms of a sleep disorder can include excessive daytime sleepiness, loud snoring, awakenings for uncertain reasons, gasping or choking at night, restless sleep, irritability, poor memory, and/or morning headaches.

If you have the following symptoms, you may benefit from a sleep study:

  • Feel sleep deprived or experience daytime sleepiness.
  • Spend a lot of time lying awake at night.
  • Fall asleep often during the day.
  • Your sleeping partner tells you they hear you gasp for air while sleeping.
  • You have poorly controlled high blood pressure.
  • You have heart arrhythmias.

Let us be your partner in heart health

Here at Amelia Heart & Vascular Center, we assess your condition and work with you to determine the next steps. Our team of physicians is committed to preventing cardiovascular problems and treating advanced conditions thoroughly and compassionately. We also provide a wide range of guest services and amenities to our patients and visitors. Contact us at 703-866-3131 to make an appointment with our board-certified sleep medicine physicians.