The Solution to Your Sleep Problems

Sleep is the foundation of your health. If you are not getting enough sleep or poor quality sleep, your overall health and well-being suffers. However, there may be more required to get a good night’s rest than simply going to bed on time. To understand what is disturbing your sleep and to get proper treatment, seek help from Dr. Senthil Ramasamy, a board-certified sleep specialist at Neurology & Sleep Medicine in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Common Sleep Problems

Sleep problems vary in duration and severity. For instance, you may experience temporary insomnia, or you may be disturbed by your or someone else’s snoring. For minor sleep problems, improving sleep hygiene can help. If sleep problems continue for more than a month, however, you should make an appointment for a consultation with our doctor.

Indicators of Sleep Problems

Many people who go to bed and fall asleep each night may think they do not have a sleep problem, but other signs and symptoms indicate otherwise. You or your family may have a sleep problem if:

  • You experience difficulty concentrating during the day
  • You have trouble recalling information
  • You feel tired even after sleeping seven to eight hours
  • You wake up more than twice regularly during your sleep hours to use the bathroom
  • Your legs feel uncomfortable in bed
  • You have trouble coping with shift work
  • You feel irritable or moody for (seemingly) no reason
  • You snore regularly
  • Your child has been diagnosed with ADHD/ADD but has never had a sleep disorder consultation

These experiences point to poor quality sleep. Untreated, these sleep problems can worsen, diminishing your quality of life and putting you or your family at higher risk for other health conditions.

Help for Your Sleep Problems

You do not have to settle for waking up tired and grouchy. You can get help for your sleep problems at Neurology & Sleep Medicine.

Unlike at other sleep centers, at Neurology & Sleep Medicine you meet with your board-certified sleep specialist, Dr. Ramasamy, during your first visit. He will take the time to listen to your concerns and explain the process of diagnosing your sleep problems through a sleep study if needed. Sleep studies can usually be scheduled and completed within two weeks, and Dr. Ramasamy meets with you after his evaluation to discuss results and treatment options.

Contact us to take the first step toward a good night’s rest.

Put your sleep problems to bed. Call Neurology & Sleep Medicine to schedule a consultation today.

Sleep: The Foundation of Your Health—We Can Strengthen It.


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