Do you snore? Are you often sleepy? If so, you might have a sleep disorder.

For information on the Sleep Center, please call (801) 545-8470.

What Are Sleep Disorders?

Research shows that an adequate amount of quality sleep is essential for overall good health. Sleep disorders are medical conditions that regularly disrupt normal sleep, but are often not taken seriously enough.

Serious health issues including high blood pressure can result from sleep disorders, which can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke. On the other hand, common medical conditions such as heart or lung disease can cause sleep disorders.

Is Treatment Available?

Yes. Sleep disorders and snoring are usually correctable once an accurate diagnosis is made. Get your peak sleep with our S.T.A.R. (Sleep Targeted Apnea Results) home sleep system. Most people experience increased energy and vitality, weight loss, and the feeling of being a "new person" following treatment.

How We Can Help

Lone Peak Hospital's Sleep Center offers a comprehensive approach to diagnosing and treating sleep disorders. Our board-certified sleep specialists provide a thorough medical evaluation that can help identify the source of sleep-related problems.

Registered technologists and respiratory therapists use the latest in state-of-the-art equipment while conducting sleep studies at our center. Lone Peak Sleep Center offers a variety of home and in-house testing, including pulse oximetry studies.

The home-like atmosphere at Lone Peak Hospital's Sleep Center is designed to help patients feel as comfortable as possible during a sleep study.

Our private patient rooms have smart televisions (TV's have the ability to play white noise sounds). You are welcome to bring your small music device, such as an iPod.

For information on the Sleep Center, please call (801) 545-8470.

The Lone Peak Hospital Sleep Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). Sleep facility accreditation through the AASM includes accreditation for all types of sleep testing.

Sleep disorders are recognized medical conditions. Check with your insurance provider to see if sleep studies are covered by your plan.