Pulmonary and Sleep Specialists in Michigan

Sleep Clinic in Michigan

If you are looking for a sleep study clinic in Michigan then Dr. Asmi's Lung and Sleep Disorders center will be the perfect fit for you. We offer polysomnography (sleep studies) as well as at-home sleep studies. Our certified sleep specialists diagnose and treat a wide range of sleep disorders and serve both Wayne and Oakland Counties. We look forward to hearing from you!

Sleep study clinic serving Wayne and Oakland county, Michigan.

Dr. Asker Asmi, MD. (Beaumont and Henry Ford)

At our sleep clinic in Michigan, you'll have our caring staff to guide you throughout the entire sleep study. We also offer at-home sleep studies for patients throughout Michigan. Our sleep center includes comfortable and private rooms including access to your own private bathroom. Please call us if you have any questions relating to your sleep issues or would like to schedule an appointment with a sleep specialist. We look forward to hearing from you!

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We offer a comfortable home-like setting for our sleep study patients, including a private room and a modern bathroom for every patient. We strive to provide a clean, comfortable and relaxing setting where our attentive sleep technicians will assist you throughout the entire process. For your convenience, we also provide at-home sleep studies. We diagnose and treat a wide variety of sleep disorders.

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Everything you need to know about sleep disorders and sleep studies

  • Men and women over 60 are at a higher risk for developing sleep disorders.
  • Pregnant women going through menopause or other hormonal changes may be more susceptible to developing sleep dysfunctions.
  • Having a sleep disorder may decrease your reaction time thereby increasing your changes of getting into an accident.

Unusual work hours, stressful life events, social stress, underlying health conditions (including heart conditions, obstructive sleep apnea and other lung diseases), medications, certain painkillers, poor sleep habits and other factors can all contribute to the development of potentially debilitating and dangerous sleep disorders. These disorders can interfere with your day to day functioning and increase your potential for developing, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and an overall decreased quality of life.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions about Sleep Studies)

What is a Polysomnography?

Polysomnography is a diagnostic test used to diagnose sleep disorders using a sleep study. It involves an overnight sleep study which monitors various bodily functions during sleep, including brain activity, eye movements, heart rate, and breathing. This study helps diagnose sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and insomnia.

What happens during a sleep study?

A sleep study uses sensors that track the activity of multiple body systems, including brain waves, eye movements, skeletal muscle activity, heart rate and rhythm, blood pressure, blood oxygen level, and breathing patterns. The results of the study are then analyzed by a sleep specialist, who provides a diagnosis and recommends treatments. It can be done either at a sleep center or in your home, and is noninvasive and painless.

Where is the best place to go for sleep problems?

If you're experiencing sleep problems then you should seek the expertise of a sleep specialist at a sleep clinic or sleep lab. Your physician may have you undergo a sleep study to help diagnose any underlying sleep disorders that you may have.

What are the risks of a sleep study?

There are no significant risks or side effects to getting a sleep study.

Are sleep studies expensive in Michigan?

The average cost of a sleep study in the united states varies depending on the type of study being conducted. In most cases, it is covered by health insurance.

Are sleep studies covered by insurance?

Yes, sleep studies are typically covered by insurance. You will need to check with your insurance provider to see if your sleep study is covered under your specific plan.

What sleep disorders require a medical specialist?

Most sleep disorders require medical attention from a sleep specialist. The most common sleep disorders include that will require a sleep specialist include sleep apnea, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, and narcolepsy.

Do you offer at home sleep studies?

Yes we do offer full support for at home sleep studies through our sleep center.

What if I can’t sleep during a sleep study?

You may try using melatonin to help you sleep once at the sleep center but if you simply cannot sleep during your study, then your sleep center may try to reschedule it.

How long do you need to sleep for a sleep study?

Sleep studies usually last around 7-8 hours where the patient arrives in the evening and stays overnight. However, the exact length of the study may vary depending on the individual patient and their specific circumstances.

Do you have to sleep on your back during a sleep study?

During a sleep study, it is common to be asked to sleep on your back, but it is not always required. It depends on the purpose of the study and the measurements being taken.

Can I watch TV or surf the internet while doing a sleep study?

In some cases, watching TV or using other electronic devices may interfere with the accuracy of a sleep study. This will depend on the type of sleep study being conducted. Ask your sleep specialist if it would be okay to do during your study.

What are the signs you need a sleep study?

Some of the signs that you might need a sleep study include: signs of sleep apnea, snoring, trouble sleeping and daytime fatigue.

What is a split night sleep study?

A split night sleep study combines a regular sleep study and CPAP titration study in the same night. It is recommended if your sleep specialist suspects that you might have sleep apnea.

How often should you have a sleep study?

Some individuals may only need one sleep study, while others may need multiple studies over time to monitor their condition or treatment progress. The frequency of sleep studies depends on the individual's condition and the specefic recommendation of their healthcare provider.

How do I pick the best sleep study lab near me?

When choosing a sleep study lab, consider factors such as location, cost, accreditation, and the expertise of the staff. Look for reviews and recommendations from other patients or doctors, and ask questions about the equipment and procedures used in the lab.

How long do you need to sleep for a home sleep study?

For a home sleep study, it is recommended to sleep for at least 6 hours, but preferably 7-8 hours, in order to get accurate results about your sleep patterns and any sleep disorders you may have. You will only need one night of data for an at-home sleep study.

How long is a sleep study for sleep apnea?

A sleep study for sleep apnea typically lasts one night. However, in some cases, a multiple-night study may be necessary to accurately diagnose the underlying condition.

What are the types of sleep studies?

There are several types of sleep studies, including polysomnography, multiple sleep latency test, maintenance of wakefulness test, and home sleep apnea testing.

What should I bring to a sleep study?

It helps to bring clothes that you prefer to sleep in, any nightly medications, toiletries, insurance information and anything to keep you busy before the sleep study begins. It's also best to avoid caffeine on the day of your sleep study.