The city of New York is often called “the city that never sleeps”. Despite the name, New Yorkers need to sleep at least 7-8 hours to feel refreshed. However, up to a quarter of the population has some kind of sleep problem or the other.
What are the common symptoms of sleep problems in New York City?
- Are you New Yorker tired of being tired?
- Do you feel not refreshed when you wake up?
- Do you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep?
- Do you have issues with being sleepy or tire during the day?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may want to consider consulting with a board certified sleep doctor in NYC.
W8MD’s Sleep Medicine Services in NYC
SLEEP DISORDERS TREATED
Obstructive Sleep Apnea NYC
Restless Legs Syndrome
Central Sleep Apnea
Circadian Rhythm Disorders
REM Sleep Behavior Disorder
Periodic Limb Movements of Sleep
Pediatric Sleep Disorders
Our sleep medicine services in New York City
- Polysomnography New York City / Sleep Study NYC
- Home Sleep Testing NYC
- Multiple Sleep Latency Testing
- Maintenance of Wakefulness Testing
- CPAP Doctor NYC and BPAP
- Adaptive Servo-Ventilation
- Average Volume Assured Pressure Support
- Bright Light Treatment
- Durable Medical Equipment NYC (CPAP, APAP, BPAP, BPAP S/T, ASV, AVAPS)
Our sleep center NYC locations
Why you should use us?
- Our sleep doctors are board certified in sleep medicine
- We provide fast and often same week appointments
- We address over 80 different sleep disorders in NYC
- We have two convenient locations in NYC, in Brooklyn and Manhattan
- We cater to residents of all the 5 boroughs of New York City
- We draw patients from Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island, Long Island, Bronx and New Jersey
- We accept most health insurances for visits and sleep studies
- We offer convenient home sleep studies for fast and efficient results
- We have evening and weekend hours
- Our sleep doctor, Prab R Tumpati has over 10 years of practice experience
- We also address underlying risk factors such as obesity for sleep apnea
- When cure is possible, sleep disorders, we aim for it rather than simply treat