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Over eighty distinct sleep disorder categories have been identified, most of which can now be successfully treated. In addition to Obstructive Sleep Apnea, other sleep disorders include Narcolepsy, Restless Leg Syndrome, periodic limb movements (leg cramps) and Parasomnias.


If your doctor determines that testing is necessary, you may be referred to Sleep Diagnostics of America for your sleep study.
We offer a full range of sleep diagnostic services and our center is equipped with the latest technology and enhanced by a staff of compassionate medical professionals.

Overnight Sleep Studies

An overnight sleep study is one of the best tools for detecting a sleep disorder, but can also determine if you need further evaluation by a specialist such as Cardiologist. During the study, sensors are used to monitor your breathing, heart, oxygen levels, brain waves, movements, respiratory effort to give you and your doctor the opportunity to see what is going on with these activities during a relaxed state. Recordings are made of your brain function, heartbeats and breathing. This information will provide your physician or specialist with the information needed to determine recommendations and/or diagnosis.




We provide several different tests to determine the source of your sleep disorder.



A polysomnogram is a comprehensive recording of the physical activities that take place
during your sleep cycle. PSGs require an overnight stay at one of our facilities. (We also offer
day-time studies to accommodate shift workers and those with circadian rhythm disorders.)

The PSG monitors many body functions including brain (EEG), eye movement (EOG),
muscular activity (EMG) and heart rhythm (ECG) and (EKG) during sleep. These tests will help
determine the quality of your sleep and what physical activities occur during the cycle.





The Maintenance of Wakefulness Test (MWT) is used to determine how alert you are during the day. It reveals whether or not you are able to stay awake for a defined period of time.


This study is used to determine the correct continuous air pressure for CPAP therapy in patients already diagnosed with Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), Central sleep apnea (CSA), hypoventilation and hypoxemia.




A multiple sleep latency test is commonly called a “nap study.” It is used to determine how quickly you fall asleep in quiet situations during the day.

The MSLT is the standard way to measure your level of daytime sleepiness. Excessive sleepiness is when you are sleepy at a time and place when you should be awake and alert. It affects about 5% of the general population.


Our goal is to ensure that our patient understand their condition. Knowledge is the key to a patient’s success and our multilingual medical and technical staff is trained to provide for the needs of all types of patients with sleep disorders. We take great pride in our customer service skills, which is why our staff is continuously trained in this standard of care. We help ensure our patients receive the necessary care, testing, and treatment so that by the end of the experience they feel like they are a part of our family.

Call 281-218-6990 to schedule your sleep test today.