San Diego Sleep Disorders Center
The average adult needs 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night.
A sleep disorder can be a huge life disruption. Whether you sleep too much or not enough, you can feel fatigue, moodiness and frustration. At Sharp HealthCare's Sleep Disorders Center in San Diego, we are committed to determining the root of your sleep issue and devising a solution that fits your lifestyle.
Assessing conditions and causes.
From heavy snoring to insomnia, narcolepsy to sleep apnea — our specialists treat a wide variety of disorders. Assessments range from consultations to comfortable sleep studies. And our dedicated team, trained and focused on sleep, comes from a range of medical backgrounds. We are pulmonologists, neurologists, surgeons and psychiatrists.
A treatment that works for you.
There are many ways to bring regular sleep back into your routine. Treatments may include surgery, medical devices or medication, or they may include behavior modifications or diet changes. Trust in us to understand your challenges — and to provide you with the absolute best possible care.
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