• Sleep Medicine

Sleep Medicine

Sleep is one of the body’s most important functions, and how well or poorly you sleep can have a major impact on your health. With treatments from Noble Health Alliance member hospitals that offer sleep medicine, you can get your nightly slumber back on track. Whether you snore or can’t fall asleep, our sleep experts can help.

Sleep disorders are defined by disturbance in the amount, quality or timing of sleep. Through an integrated approach, your sleep specialists – including those who care for the lungs, brain, heart and more – will identify your sleep disorder and provide customized treatment options.

Do I have a sleep disorder?

Sleep disorders come in many shapes and sizes, including sleep apnea, snoring, restless leg syndrome and others. If you think you have a sleep disorder, you might experience one or more of these symptoms:

  • Loud snoring
  • Interrupted breathing while asleep
  • Rhythmic limb or body movements when asleep
  • Difficulty falling asleep
  • Sleepwalking
  • Sleep terrors or nightmares
  • Teeth grinding during sleep
  • Choking or gasping for air while asleep
  • Headache or confusion upon awakening
  • High blood pressure or heart problems
  • Anxiety, irritability or mood swings
  • Difficulty learning or concentrating
  • Difficulty staying awake

If you experience symptoms of a sleep disorder, schedule an appointment with your primary doctor and ask about referrals for a sleep study with Noble Health Alliance member hospitals.

Health Advocate

Health Advocate is a free service to Noble member health system employees to help you navigate any healthcare or insurance-related issues.

You can use Health Advocate to schedule a doctors appointment, understand coverage or claim issues, get services for certain family members, navigate serious illness, and more!

For more information, call Health Advocate at 866-695-8622 or visit the special Health Advocate web page for Noble Health Alliance member health system employees.

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