Central sleep apnea (CSA) is a disorder in which breathing stops and starts repeatedly during sleep. In some cases, breathing is very shallow. Central sleep apnea occurs because the brain doesn't send proper signals to the muscles that control breathing.
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The University of Michigan has experts who can diagnose your Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder and help you get back to your energetic, well-rested self in no time!
Untreated sleep disorders lead to excessive daytime sleepiness, causing harm to you or others. At the Sleep Disorders Center, we manage sleep disorders that may affect daytime sleepiness.
Narcolepsy is among the leading neurological causes of excessive daytime sleepiness, but many with this chronic sleep disorder are never diagnosed. U-M's Sleep Disorders Clinic can help
At the Sleep Disorders Center, our multidisciplinary team can help to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea and offers an effective treatment plan adapted to your particular needs.
For patients who cannot tolerate CPAP, surgery may be an option. Experts at the Sleep Disorders Clinic will help you find the right treatment for your sleep apnea. Some other related areas are OSA Surgery, Sleep Apnea Surgery and Sleep Surgery.
At U-M, we help you sleep safely and soundly through the night by offering treatment options for many types of parasomnia, such as sleepwalking and night terrors.
Periodic leg movements are repetitive, involuntary movements of the limbs while a person is asleep.
Restless Leg Syndrome ranges from irritating to debilitating. Let the experts at the University of Michigan help you control your RLS or Periodic Leg Movements.
The University of Michigan Sleep Disorders Center receives nearly 4,500 clinic visits and conducts more than 5,500 sleep studies each year.