About 50 million American adults have sleep disorders, according to the American Sleep Association. There are more than 80 types of sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, insomnia and restless legs syndrome. We understand that these conditions can significantly affect healthy sleep, which can impact your overall health, safety and quality of life.
Sleep center in Tomball
The sleep center at HCA Houston Tomball is dedicated to helping patients in Tomball and north Houston sleep better. Our center performs sleep studies on children, starting at age 5, through adults. Sleep Studies performed by specialists to diagnose a variety of sleep conditions take place in comfortable, home-like rooms.
For more information about sleep study center in Tomball, please call (281) 401-7500.
If you are experiencing sleep problems, talk to your primary care physician. Your sleep issues could indicate an underlying health condition that your healthcare provider can treat. Or, your doctor may suggest you undergo a sleep study for further analysis.
Sleep study in Tomball
A sleep study is a painless test that helps our sleep doctors diagnose your sleep disorder and suggest effective treatments.
The sleep center at HCA Houston Tomball performs sleep studies on adults and children, starting at five years old. Monitors are placed on the patient’s body to measure brain activity, eye movement, muscle activity, heart rate, blood pressure, air flow and oxygen levels. Your sleep study will take place in comfortable, home-like environment, and our sleep specialists in Tomball, Texas monitor you while you sleep throughout the night.
Sleep disorders we treat
A good night’s sleep is essential to your overall health, however, a sleep disorder can significantly impact the quality of your rest—and consequently, your quality of life. Our sleep doctors in treat a wide range of sleep disorders, including but not limited to:
- Sleep apnea
- Sleep movement disorders
- Sleep wake disorders
We are located on the second floor of HCA Houston Tomball. Patients should enter through the Heart Center lobby. Take the elevators across from the Heart Center admitting area to the second floor of the hospital. .