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Sleep Medicine for Better Health and Happiness

A fulfilling and healthy life begins with a good night's sleep.

Do any of these situations sound familiar to you?
  • I often wake up tired after tossing and turning at night.
  • Falling asleep is a struggle, and I wish I could sleep all day.
  • I frequently doze off while reading or watching TV.
  • Working night shifts makes it tough to sleep during the day.
  • My snoring keeps my partner awake.
  • My dentist has mentioned teeth grinding.
  • Staying awake at work is a constant challenge.
  • I wish I could sneak in more naps.
  • I've caught myself nodding off while driving.

If you've answered "yes" to any of these, you might be dealing with a sleep disorder. We're here to assist you in getting the rest you need to regain your vitality and enjoy a long, healthy life.

Good Sleep is Your Basic Right

Every person requires food, clothing, shelter, and quality sleep. Yet, in our hectic lives, it's easy to say:

"I can't afford the luxury of a full night's sleep every night. I try to catch up by sleeping late on weekends."

However, sleep doesn't work that way. Consistent, quality sleep each night equips you to face your daily work and family responsibilities with high energy, well-being, and less stress.

It's a win-win—and a victory for you.

You're Not Alone

Sleep disorders are more common than you might realize.

Among adults and children, 25–30% experience sleep problems that can lead to injury, disability, chronic illness, and more.

You've probably heard of sleep apnea, a breathing disorder causing snoring and frequent sleep interruptions. Over 15% of the population deals with some form of apnea. It contributes to daytime sleepiness, high blood pressure, and cognitive impairment. Left untreated, it increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, atrial fibrillation, diabetes, congestive heart failure, and even death.

Drowsy driving, a consequence of sleep deprivation, often leads to tragic accidents. Every year, drivers who fall asleep at the wheel cause over 100,000 accidents.

But these issues can be addressed.

Sleep disorders can be effectively managed, and in some cases, even cured, with proper diagnosis and treatment.

Let Us Help You

At Mary Washington Sleep Medicine, you'll meet our experienced, board-certified physicians who are experts in efficiently diagnosing and treating a wide range of sleep disorders.

Our staff is trained to provide discreet and compassionate care, ensuring your experience is comfortable. Our testing facilities are clean and welcoming, making you feel right at home during your sleep studies.

For chronic sleep conditions, we offer long-term management with regular follow-up. We collaborate with your primary care physician, cardiologist, neuropsychologist, ENT specialist, dentist, and other relevant healthcare providers to coordinate your comprehensive action plan.

Our goal is to help you attain the sleep you need to live life to the fullest.

Conditions We Treat

  • Sleep Apnea
  • Sleepiness and Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Sleep Walking
  • Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)

Procedures and Diagnostics

  • Polysomnogram (sleep study)
  • CPAP / Bilevel PAP / ASV (positive airway pressure)
  • MSLT (mean sleep latency test)
  • MWT (mean wakefulness test)
  • HST (Home Sleep Study)
  • Actigraphy

We partner with Mary Washington Healthcare Sleep and Wake Disorders Centers with approval from your insurance carrier.

Please note that masking is now optional at all MWHC facilities. However, if you experience respiratory symptoms on the day of your appointment, we kindly request that you wear a mask to protect yourself, fellow patients, and our staff. Additionally, you are welcome to bring up to two support persons or parents with you into the office during your visit.

Patient Forms

Patient Registration Form

Authorization to Release Medical Information

Sleep Questionnaire

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