Insomnia Clinic

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The Sioux Falls Sleep Center is a specialty clinic dedicated to treating all forms of insomnia. Our clinic is unique to the region, offering a variety of services not found elsewhere. The treatment of insomnia may be chronic and complex. We specialize in identifying the causes of insomnia by evaluating areas such as environmental, physical and psychological factors.

TREATMENT OF INSOMNIA

SLEEP AIDS
The Sioux Falls Sleep Center can help you navigate through a multitude of sleep aids available, we will monitor side effects and troubleshoot any potential complications to help you find a sleep aid that works for you. Safe and natural sleep aids, as well as sedatives are all part of the treatment pathway to better sleep.

BEHAVIORAL CHANGES
The treatment of insomnia consists of more than just sleep aids. Patients who are interested in improving their sleep naturally with or without the addition of sleep aids will find multiple treatments offered at the Sioux Falls Sleep Center. Tips and an in-depth discussion of the patient’s sleep habits will allow for better troubleshooting for the causes of insomnia and specific recommendations for a healthier sleep.

COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
Beyond the changes in sleep habits, the Sioux Falls Sleep Center offers specific manipulation of behavior that will be more conducive for sleep. Biofeedback, relaxation therapy, cognitive therapy, and stimulation control are all offered. These techniques are instrumental in helping the patient get to the root cause of insomnia and conquer it without becoming dependent on sleep aids.

TREATMENT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA
Patients with sleep apnea, namely those with central and complex sleep apnea, may present with sleep interruptions as opposed to typical signs of excessive daytime sleepiness. This would be an indication for a sleep study in those that do not respond to the usual treatment for insomnia.

TREATMENT OF RESTLESSNESS OF THE LEGS OR
PERIODIC LIMB MOVEMENT DISORDER

Specific treatment for these underlying diseases usually helps the patient with insomnia and may circumvent the need for sleep aids.

TREATMENT OF CONCURRENT ILLNESSES
Multiple illnesses including cardiac, pulmonary, neurological, prostate, and musculoskeletal diseases can disrupt sleep. Specific treatment of those underlying diseases may assist the patient in improving sleep as well.