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To diagnose sleep disorders, doctors may refer patients to Holland Hospital's Sleep Center for a sleep study.

The study helps doctors evaluate nighttime breathing problems such as sleep apnea, or  unusual behaviors like sleepwalking, leg movements during sleep or severe daytime sleepiness.

The sleep study involves an overnight stay at the Sleep Center, which has hotel-like rooms furnished with cable television, a private bath and an adjustable bed. Patients check in at 7 p.m., are prepped for monitoring and then go about their regular bedtime routines. During sleep, monitors record breathing patterns, brain waves, respiration rate, oxygen saturation and airflow through the nose, The results are recorded and then sent to the sleep specialist for review.

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Holland Hospital Sleep Center
(616) 355-3863