Millions of Americans have sleep-related problems, which range from difficulty falling asleep and restless legs syndrome to snoring and sleep apnea (a collapsing of the airway that interrupts breathing). A sleep study may help you identify and resolve your sleep problems. Fairview Sleep Centers - Minneapolis at University of Minnesota Medical Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
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First Floor, Suite 106
606 24th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
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Sleep is essential to good health
Sleep is critical to good health, and lack of sleep can result in chronic and potentially life-threatening diseases. Sleep apnea, one of more than 70 sleep-related disorders, has been linked to diabetes, depression, cardiovascular disease and obesity.
Snoring and daytime sleepiness can be symptoms of a sleep disorder
If you are experiencing sleep problems that leave you feeling exhausted and disrupt your daily life, talk to your primary care provider, or call us directly for a consultation.
The following could be symptoms of a sleep disorder:
- Waking up feeling tired (after a minimum of seven hours of sleep)
- Daytime sleepiness (feeling sleepy during meetings and while driving)
- Loud snoring or being told you snore
- Waking us gasping or choking
Meet our sleep specialists
At Fairview Sleep Centers - Minneapolis, our team of board-certified sleep physicians, physician assistants, registered sleep technicians and medical equipment specialists, brings advanced training in diagnosis and treatment of all types of sleep problems.
|Tereza Cervenka, MD|
Pulmonologist, Critical Care Physician, Sleep Medicine Physician, Medical Director for Fairview Sleep Centers - Minneapolis
|Conrad Iber, MD|
Pulmonologist, Critical Care Physician and Sleep Medicine Physician, Medical Director - Fairview Sleep Centers
|Wendy Christine Meyers, ANP|
Adult Nurse Practitioner
|Snigdhasmrithi Pusalavidyasagar, MD|
Sleep Medicine Physician