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ATTENTION: As of July 15, 2018, our Washington office and sleep center location has closed! The new address is:
75 Barclay Circle, Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307. The pulmonary clinic is in Suite 205 and the Sleep Center is in Suite 220.

​​​Rochester (248) 651-6430

Lapeer (810) 667-3111

Lansing (517) 853-5550

Washington Sleep Center (586) 207-1247

     Est. 1987

  • Excessive daytime sleepiness, unrefreshing sleep or daytime fatigue

  • Gasping or choking while sleeping

  • Witnessed apneas while sleeping

  • History of hypertension; new onset or refractory hypertension

  • History of refractory depression

  • Frequent nighttime urination

Common Signs of Undiagnosed OSA

Do you feel tired while driving, frequently doze while watching TV, or nod off during long meetings? The Epworth Sleepiness Scale asks you to relate your likeliness of falling asleep in normal every day situations to help quantify your tiredness. To evaluate yourself, complete the epworth sleepiness scale.

What is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a widespread condition that occurs in men, women, and children. Most people do not realize that they suffer from sleep apnea, and contribute sleeping problems to issues such as stress, anxiety, or insomnia.

People with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) stop breathing during the night. This is caused when the airway in the throat collapses and creates an obstruction to airflow. This happens repeatedly during the night interrupting sleep, decreasing blood oxygen levels, and putting undue stress on the heart.

Disrupted sleep affects your quality of life, work, and relationships, and puts you at risk for high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. It is associated with an increased risk of hypertension, heart failure, stroke, atrial fibrillation, type 2 diabetes, and other conditions.

Epworth Sleepiness Scale

Sleep Apnea