Are you having trouble sleeping at night? AnMed Health Sleep Center-Cannon can help. Cannon’s sleep center is equipped with up-to-date technology in order to give patients the most accurate results possible. Specialized sleep techs supervise the study, and physicians at AnMed Health Sleep Center read the studies and follow up with patients.
If you suffer from any of the following problems, talk to your personal physician and consider having a sleep study.
* Excessive daytime sleepiness
* Depression and irritability
* Morning Headaches
* Choking and/or gasping at night
* Difficulty staying awake when sitting still, watching television or reading
*Trouble falling or staying asleep
What to expect:
When it is time to go to sleep, our specially -trained sleep technologists will attach sensors to monitor your body while you sleep. The light will be turned off and an low-light video camera will allow the technologist to see your from a nearby room. In the morning, the technologist will help you remove the sensors.
Within a few days, a board-certified sleep physician will review the results of your study to determine what kinds of sleep problem you have. The sleep physician will then follow up with both your and your referring doctor to offer treatment recommendations.
If you think you may have a sleep disorder, visit www.anmedhealth.org/sleepquiz to take a free online assessment. You can share the results with your primary physician. Physician Referrals are required for the study. Qualified Pickens County residents can specify AnMed Health Sleep Center -Cannon as your preferred monitoring site for the sleep study if one is ordered by your physician.
AnMed Health Sleep Center- Cannon Located at:
Cannon Memorial Hospital
123 WG Acker Drive
Pickens, SC 29671
Physicians may call 844.331.5470 to set up a sleep study at our Cannon site.