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While the Sleep Center places an emphasis on sleep apnea—a potentially serious condition that causes episodes of non-breathing during the sleep cycle—providers use sleep studies to diagnose many different sleep disorders. The Norton King’s Daughters’ Health Sleep Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, ensuring you receive the highest standards of care during your visit.
Appointments: (812) 427-9564
Led by Dr. Scott Frede, Norton KDH provides an outpatient Sleep Clinic twice a week at the Main Campus Medical Building in Madison. Patients may be referred to the Sleep Clinic by their primary care provider or by calling (812) 427-9564. The Sleep Clinic provides an opportunity for patients to discuss a variety of sleep concerns, including insomnia and snoring. Sleep is an essential component of good health, and a lack of quality sleep over time can lead to a variety of underlying health issues.
Home Studies: For some patients, a home-based sleep study works well. A home study provides patients the opportunity to complete a sleep study in the comfort of their own home. If you have questions, talk with your primary care provider, or call Dr. Scott Frede for additional information.
Sleep Apnea: The most common symptom of sleep apnea is daytime fatigue. Early stages of sleep apnea can also cause an increase in blood pressure or even leg swelling. Obesity is a major risk factor for sleep apnea. In many cases, weight loss alone can be an effective treatment. In more serious causes, surgery may be needed to improve breathing.
If you’re experiencing sleep concerns, talk with your doctor. He or she can help you decide what to do next on your road to better sleep.
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