We provide high quality sleep diagnostic testing for people with sleep disorders at our sleep labs across the country.

American Sleep Medicine - The premier nationwide resource for treating sleep disorders

Sleep Disorder Diagnosis & Treatment

American Sleep Medicine is one of the nation's largest sleep disorder treatment organizations, with over 200 bedrooms nationwide and 30,000 sleep studies a year.

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Are you among the 40 million Americans with an ongoing sleep disorder?
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Use SnoreTester mobile app at home to determine your risk of sleep apnea - or take our quick 10 question self-assessment quiz.

Your Sleep Study

A sleep study is when you stay overnight in any of our 18 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? ​Take the first step to full, healthy sleep.

Sleep Centers

​American Sleep Medicine offers 18 sleep centers across the country. Each center is in or near a metro area, making it convenient for you to visit us.

View descriptions for each of our locations, or call the location nearest you to schedule an appointment.

We help you achieve restorative sleep.

Selecting the Right Sleep Provider

March 10, 2017

Select the Right Sleep Center for your testing There are important things to consider when choosing a sleep center. One of the most important questions to ask a sleep lab is the facility accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM)? AASM accredited facilities have gone through an onsite survey and review of policy and procedures.  Rest … Read more

Why are we not getting the sleep we need?

March 10, 2017

Most likely several things come into play when determining why we aren’t getting a good night’s sleep. In the absence of a sleep disorder, one of the biggest culprits is our lifestyle. In a world of constant distractions such as later work times, electronic devices, and social media it is no wonder we are not getting enough sleep. … Read more

What is the Delayed Phase Syndrome?

March 10, 2017

Simply stated it’s an acquired jet lag. The physiologic basics for this lies in the fact that our brains are on a twenty six hour clock not a twenty four hour clock. Let me illustrate. Say you sleep from eleven PM to seven AM seven days a week. You’re happy and have no sleep issues. … Read more

Bedroom Settings for Quality Sleep

December 20, 2016

If you have health issues with your overall energy, wakefulness, and sleep in general, have you ever asked yourself “How does where I sleep impact my life?” Perhaps that question may go unnoticed for a long time, until it becomes a real danger to your health and productivity. From a post on the Wisconsin Rapids … Read more

Alcohol’s Relation to Insomnia

December 18, 2016

This is something that gets overlooked all too often. Most people have witnessed an intoxicated person in a “deep slumber” or “passed out”, but this is only as it appears to be when it comes to the quality of sleep he or she is experiencing. Alcohol actually cuts down on REM sleep and inhibits the … Read more