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Skagit Regional Clinics’ sleep medicine department provides comprehensive services for patients ages thirteen and older. Specialists address and treat the following conditions:
- Sleep apnea
- Restless leg syndrome
- Periodic limb movement disorder
- Sleep complaints commonly associated with other medical disorders.
Signs you may have a sleep disorder:
- I feel sleepy during the day.
- No matter how much I sleep, I rarely feel restored.
- I wake up too early every morning and am unable to fall back to sleep.
- I am uncontrollably sleepy during the day, but once I take a short nap, I feel restored.
- I frequently have an uncomfortable sensation in my legs, worse at night, which improves if I walk or stretch my legs and is worse if I stay still.
- My bed partner says I frequently kick my legs in my sleep.
- I frequently act out my dreams, sometimes in a violent manner.
- I frequently sleep walk or eat in my sleep and have barely any memory of it the next day.
- I snore at night (or have been told I snore).
- I wish I had more energy and/or I have difficulty losing weight.
- I often feel weak or my muscles go limp if I laugh very hard or get very upset, but only for a few seconds to minutes.
- I often feel awake in bed, but am unable to move my body as if I’m paralyzed.
- I often feel awake in bed, but see or hear things as if I am still dreaming.
- I wake up gasping or dream I’m suffocating.
- I have a dry mouth when I wake up in the morning.
- I have fallen asleep while driving.
- I have heartburn or a sour taste in my throat, especially at night.
- I am unable to fall asleep at night, even though I’m tired when I go to bed.
- I lay in bed and my mind races at night.
- Once I fall asleep, I frequently wake up and am unable to fall back to sleep.
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these statements, please consult a sleep medicine physician.