Don’t leave sleep disorders untreated
Sleep apnea, and other sleep disorders such as insomnia and narcolepsy, can have grave consequences if not treated. Not getting proper sleep can negatively impact your health in many ways. It can affect your job, your personal relationships and impair your ability to operate a motor vehicle safely.
Just ask Suellen of Plainfield whose brush with disaster was all the motivation she needed to test for and treat her sleep apnea. Call (317) 745-3680 to speak with a sleep specialist.
Understanding & Treating Insomnia
Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders. Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you just can’t get to sleep or stay asleep. Insomnia can many times be a symptom of another issue, such as medications that interfere with sleep, dietary choices, stress, depression, hormonal changes, chronic pain and more.
Watch our video to learn about insomnia and when to seek professional help. Call (317) 745-3680 to speak with one of our sleep specialists.
The Hendricks Regional Health Sleep Disorders Center
The board-certified sleep medicine specialists at the Hendricks Regional Health Sleep Disorders Center diagnose and treat a wide variety of sleep disorders such as insomnia, sleep apnea, loud snoring, difficulty falling/staying asleep, nighttime or morning headaches, nightmares or hallucinations when falling asleep, and restless leg syndrome. Our Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and offers several different types of sleep studies to achieve an accurate diagnosis. To learn more, visit us online at Hendricks.org/Sleep.
Sleep Disorder Symptoms
Learn to recognize signs of a sleep disorder, plus take a self-test to check if you have excessive daytime sleepiness.
Types of Sleep Studies
Discover information about the most common types of sleep tests. Get instructions and helpful tips to prepare for your sleep study.
Sleep Disorders and Treatment
Get the facts on a variety of different sleep disorders and learn about the different treatment approaches available to you.
Pediatric Sleep Disorders
Sleep issues in children are common and often go undiagnosed. Learn about symptoms and what to expect when bringing your child for a sleep study.
Sleep and My Overall Health
When life gets busy, sleep can often suffer. Understand the impact of sleep on your overall health, plus general guidelines on how much sleep is enough
PAP Therapy and Support
Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) is a common and effective treatment. We're here to help you with fitting, troubleshooting and more.
Forms & Instructions
If you have symptoms of a sleep disorder, talk with your doctor or call (317) 745-3680 for more information or to make an appointment with a Sleep Specialist.