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Sleep Center

Improve Your Sleep and Live Better

Gritman’s Sleep Center is nationally accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Designed for a quality patient experience, we provide in-house sleep studies and home sleep testing, allowing our team to monitor and document sleep patterns in your natural environment. Our rooms are comfortable and spacious, and feature Sleep Number beds.

We have a registered polysomnographer with 25 years of experience. Together with Dr. John Grauke, a board-certified sleep specialist, we bring top-level experience and expertise to the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.

Being consistently tired, snoring and falling asleep in a chair are common symptoms of sleep disorders. These symptoms have been linked to serious conditions, including high blood pressure, irregular heart rhythms, heart disease, heart attack, stroke, diabetes and driving or work-related accidents. Sleep apnea can be diagnosed and treated by our certified Sleep Center staff.

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Are you tired all the time?

Find your sleep solution at Gritman’s nationally-accredited Sleep Center. Our board-certified team can diagnose your sleep woes and get you on the path to a better night’s sleep. As a Sleep Disorder Center, we test for more than just sleep apnea. Our comprehensive studies diagnose:

  • Sleep apnea
  • Periodic limb movement disorder
  • Narcolepsy and parasomnias
  • REM behavior disorder
  • Circadian rhythm disorder
  • Sleep walking
  • Night terrors

Services Offered

  • Sleep studies, including CPAP titrations, MSLT and Home Sleep Apnea Testing
  • Overnight Oximetry
  • Ebb Insomnia Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Ambulatory EEG
  • Testing for Narcolepsy

What is a Sleep Study?

Tips For Getting Better Sleep

Establish a routine each night before bedtime, such as reading, taking a warm shower or bath, light exercise or resting quietly. Avoid too much mental stimulation during the hour or so prior to bedtime.

Create a sleep haven. Do not keep a TV, tablet or cellphone in your bedroom. If you can’t get to sleep, rather than lying awake in bed, try getting out of bed and doing something else. Preferably, move to another room and return to bed only when sleepy.

Nix the nap. Avoid naps in the afternoon or early evening.

Get up and go. No matter how poorly you have slept the night before, always set your alarm to arise at the same time each morning.

Regular exercise can be an effective sleep aid. It releases energy and mental tensions. It is better not to exercise strenuously right before bedtime.

Contact Us
We are happy to answer questions and share personal experiences about our services.
208-883-6236