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Lehigh Valley Children's Hospital

LVH Sleep Disorders Center

17th & Chew Sts
PO Box 7017
Allentown, PA 18105-7017
United States

Phone
Fax
610-969-4270
General Facility Hours
Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
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Breast Health Services at Lehigh Valley Hospital–17th Street

Schedule a sleep study

Testing is by appointment only. A physician referral is required to schedule a sleep test. Call 888-402-LVHN to schedule your In-lab or home sleep test. Sleep testing is a service of Lehigh Valley Hospital.

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Getting a good night's sleep is a challenge for so many people. It is estimated that as many as 70 million Americans experience problems with sleep. Many people suffer from sleep disorders that often go undiagnosed and are never treated.

Not getting enough sleep has been linked to several chronic diseases and conditions, including:

  • Diabetes
  • Chronic respiratory disease
  • Obesity
  • Cancer
  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Depression

Symptoms of a sleep disorder

Excessive daytime sleepiness as well as waking up feeling unrefreshed may be due to an undiagnosed sleep disorder, such as sleep apnea or narcolepsy. Sleep issues can make it difficult to focus at work and school and can affect all aspects of a person’s life.

Ask yourself these questions:

  • Are you constantly exhausted?
  • Do you feel unrefreshed when you wake up in the morning?
  • Do you experience excessive daytime tiredness?
  • Do you fall asleep during the day when you aren't trying to?
  • Do you wake up frequently during the night?
  • Does your bed partner complain about your snoring?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may suffer from an undiagnosed sleep disorder.

Home Sleep Testing

Your physician might recommend that you complete home sleep testing if there is suspicion that you are suffering from obstructive sleep apnea. To schedule a sleep test, you will need a prescription from a referring physician. You will meet with a trained medical professional at one of our convenient locations to pick up the sleep testing equipment and receive easy-to-follow instructions and a demonstration showing how to properly use the equipment. The equipment is taken home where you will complete your sleep test. Once you have completed your sleep test, you will return the equipment to the same location where it was dispensed. The data will be downloaded and analyzed by one of our board-certified sleep physicians. Test results will be sent to your referring physician. After the test has been interpreted, you will be asked to make an appointment to meet with one of our sleep specialists to review the results.

Get help for your sleep disorder

Let the board certified sleep physicians at Lehigh Valley Health Network Sleep Disorders Centers improve your sleep and help you get your life back on track. We offer state of the art In-lab and home sleep testing options as well as a variety of treatments for adults. Pediatric sleep testing is also availableLearn more about our sleep testing locations.

 

A service of Lehigh Valley Hospital.