The Sleep Disorders Unit at Yashoda Hospital is a part of the Centre for Lungs and Sleep Medicine. Our centre diagnoses and treats not only all aspects of adult sleep medicine, but also respiratory disorders during sleep which constitutes the largest part of the workload.
Our centre aims to provide proficient, convenient, and comprehensive sleep health treatment, to meet the unmet needs of every patient under our care. We understand that sleep at night is essential for good health. We treat problems with the quality, timing, and amount of sleep; a person must get on a regular basis. These disorders cause problems with functioning and distress during the daytime.
The excellence and innovation we offer in sleep services are facilitated in a professional manner in accordance with the international standards. Our team of professional experts offers the most comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient services for the evaluation, treatment, and education of patients with sleep disorders. We run a dedicated Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Clinic for patients suffering from sleeping disorders. The clinic deals with sleep problems in a compassionate manner including patient counselling for sleeping disease and discussion of treatment options.
Some of the primary conditions we treat under sleeping disorders unit involve:
Are You A Candidate For Sleep Disorders Treatment?
If you experience any of the conditions stated below, you might be patient of sleeping disorders:
What Are The Various Procedures We Use At Yashoda Hospital to Treat Sleep Disorders?
Some of the significant procedures we use to treat Sleep Disorders include:
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the most common universally effective treatment for sleep apnoea. The process involves the use of a CPAP pump is used to prevent repetitive upper airway collapse. It applies a continuous flow of air to the airway and creates an air cushion in the throat in order to ensure normal respiration.
Also known as day nap study, the tests are performed to assess daytime sleepiness; in order to how quickly a patient fell asleep during the day time in a quiet environment. MSLT is the standard instrument used to diagnose idiopathic hypersomnia and narcolepsy.
The tests are performed on a patient to objectively find out the ability to stay awake during the day. The tests demonstrate how well a patient is able to stay alert during quiet times of inactivity.
It is one of the most common types of sleep studies known as an overnight sleep test or polysomnography. It records data recorded during the study involve:
The test result is known as polysomnogram and is primarily used to diagnose sleep apnoea, Parasomnia, and other sleeping disorders.