Do You Need Help?

​Are you among the 40 million Americans with an ongoing sleep disorder?

Why not find out now? Our quick, 10-question self-assessment will help you determine:

  • Symptoms to be aware of
  • Should you consult your physician?
  • What to do next
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Your Sleep Study

​A sleep study is when you stay overnight in any of our 20 comfortable, state-of-the-art sleep centers across the country. It’s the most effective way for us to fully diagnose your sleep condition.

What can a sleep study do for you?

  • A conclusive diagnosis of your sleep issue
  • Allow you to get expert answers directly
  • Take the first step to full, healthy sleep
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20 Sleep Centers Nationwide

​American Sleep Medicine offers 20 sleep centers across the country. We continue to establish new centers as we expand.

Each center is in or near a metro area, making it convenient for you to visit us.

Locations in: Alabama, California, Delaware, Florida, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, Tennessee, Texas, Virgina

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Since American Sleep Medicine was established in 2002, we have become one of the country’s premier providers of high quality sleep diagnostic testing.

Currently, we conduct more than 30,000 sleep studies per year. We bring you the latest technologies, the most qualified staff, and the highest level of service. Learn more about us >

How can lack of sleep affect you?

You’ve no doubt experienced the grogginess and irritability after a night of light sleep. But sleep loss can have serious consequences for your health, including:

  •  Sleep loss impairs your judgment and ability to concentrate, learn and remember
  • Sleep loss causes accidents, including 100,000 car crashes per year in the U.S.
  • Chronic sleep loss contributes to symptoms of depression
  • Chronic sleep loss affects your cardiovascular health, putting you at greater risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke and diabetes
  • Chronic sleep loss can increase your risk of cancer
  • Sleep loss can stimulate your appetite, and over time contribute to obesity

Sleep disorders we diagnose and treat

If you have any of the 70 sleep disorders that exist, we will help you diagnose and treat your condition.

The more common problems we diagnose include: