Low energy, poor memory, and irritability can be warning signs of a sleep disorder. At Omni Primary & Urgent Care, sleep medicine services are available to diagnose and treat insomnia, sleep apnea, and other sleep disorders. Their expert team of physicians, family nurse pracitioners, and physician assistants offer diagnostic testing to identify the cause of your sleep disruptions. They customize a care plan to improve your quality of sleep and lower your risk for heart disease and other sleep disorder-related complications. Call the Upper Marlboro, Maryland, office to schedule a sleep medicine consultation or book an appointment online today.
Sleep medicine focuses on managing disorders and diseases affecting your ability to fall or stay asleep throughout the night.
Omni Primary & Urgent Care provides high-quality sleep medicine services for adults and children aged 12 and up. The providers use advanced technologies to diagnose the root cause of your sleep issues and create a management plan to treat them.
The sleep medicine specialists can meet with you in the office or through the online telehealth portal to evaluate your symptoms and monitor your progress with treatment.
You should schedule a sleep medicine consultation at Omni Primary & Urgent Care if you frequently have difficulties falling or staying asleep, wake up gasping for breath, or experience excessive daytime sleepiness.
These symptoms can be the result of sleep conditions and disorders, including:
Sleep disturbances can also develop if you have an acute illness like a cold, a chronic disease like heart disease or diabetes, or if you have unmanaged stress.
If left untreated, sleep problems can negatively impact your health and increase your risk for accidents, cardiovascular disease, depression, or other mental health complications.
During your initial sleep medicine appointment at Omni Primary & Urgent Care, the providers review your personal and family medical history and complete a physical exam. They also ask questions about your sleep habits, diet, and lifestyle.
You may need a sleep study to identify the type of sleep disorder you have. The providers may also order blood work or other lab tests to rule out underlying health issues. Based on test results, they create a treatment plan that may include:
If you have sleep apnea and struggle to breathe during the night, your sleep specialist may recommend a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine. This device delivers supplemental oxygen into your body through a face mask you wear while sleeping.
The providers also offer chronic disease management services to control conditions like diabetes that impact your sleep. They monitor your progress with treatment during in-office visits and the online telehealth platform.
Call Omni Primary & Urgent Care to schedule a sleep medicine consultation or book an appointment online today.