Announcing: REM Sleep, Eos Sleep’s Affiliated Sleep Center
Eos Sleep, formerly the Manhattan Snoring and Sleep Center announces its affiliation with New York City’s premier sleep study center, an accredited full-service sleep center specializing in evaluating and diagnosing the wide variety of sleep disorders. REM Sleep combines a state-of-the-art technical sleep testing facility with a modern yet relaxed spa-like setting. Each private room provides the comforts of home. REM Sleep, located on East 62nd Street in New York City, was co-founded by MSSC’s founder and co-director, David O. Volpi, M.D., P.C., F.A.C.S.
From wireless internet service and iPod docks to cable television and the finest linens, patients of REM Sleep receive a relaxed stay so they can conveniently return to work or their regular schedule in the morning. While relaxing in their private room, patients are diagnosed by expert sleep specialists in their field.
Whether a patient of MSSC, or a patient of a referring doctor, a patient’s experience at the sleep center is comfortable, inviting and an important step to better sleep, health and overall wellness. In addition, REM Sleep offers the Home Sleep Test for patients who qualify for this portable, home diagnosing system for sleep apnea.
During an in-lab sleep study, REM Sleep analyzes symptoms such as snoring and sleep apnea, difficulty falling asleep, waking throughout the night, restless legs, twitching and/or jerking of the limbs. REM Sleep employs the latest technology and scientific breakthroughs to diagnose the wide variety of sleep disorders that can affect patients, including disorders such as:
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA): a sleep related breathing disorder that causes you to stop breathing during sleep
- Snoring: a vibration in the throat caused by airflow being obstructed
- Insomnia, a chronic inability to fall asleep or remain asleep for an adequate length of time
- Narcolepsy: the term used to describe people who suffer from extreme sleepiness
- Restless Leg Syndrome, or RLS, a neurological condition that is characterized by the irresistible urge to move the legs
- Periodic Leg Movement Disorder: jerks that occur every 20 to 30 seconds on and off throughout the night.
- Inadequate Sleep Hygiene or “bad sleep habits”
- Jet Lag
- Shift Work Disorder
- Delayed Sleep Phase (DSP)
- Sleep Walking
- Sleep Related Seizures
- Sleep Terrors
- and more…
For more information, visit the newly relaunched REM Sleep website or call (212) 752-4345.
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