615 N. Promenade Street, Havana, IL 62644
(309) 543-4431

Sleep Clinic

Sleep disorders are not just phantoms of the night. It’s not normal to feel sleepy during the daytime, to have problems falling asleep or staying asleep, or to wake up in the morning feeling unrefreshed. These are signs to talk about with your doctor.

Some medical conditions can interrupt your normal sleeping patterns, without you even being aware of them. These medical conditions never let you reach a deep and restful state of sleep. As a result, you may never feel completely refreshed when you wake up in the morning. You may feel extremely sleepy during the day. Your energy and concentration levels may be affected. You may have trouble staying awake on the job, at home, or in the car. If you are having difficulty sleeping, if you snore, or if you are extremely tired during the day you should discuss your sleep patterns with your physician. The only way your physician can find out if you have a sleep disorder is to test your sleeping pattern, with a Polysomnograph (sleep study). Sleep tests are done here at Mason District Hospital, in one of two comfortable sleeping rooms. You sleep overnight and while you are sleeping, the staff uses various devices to measure your brain activity, breathing, and movements.

For more information on the Mason District Sleep Clinic, call (309) 543-8160.

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