Patient Education

Norwich Sleep Center Reception Desk

Our friendly staff is always available to answer your questions

On occasion, most of us have experienced trouble falling asleep, to lie awake in the middle of the night, or feel fatigued and sleepy during the day. However, if you are suffering from consistent sleep problems — when they affect your daily routine and ability to function — you could be suffering from a sleep disorder. It is important to address these problems and identify possible treatment options.

Sleep problems can cause much more than just fatigue. Poor quality sleep can have a negative impact on your mood, relationships, work, and overall health. If you’re experiencing sleeping problems, learn about the signs and symptoms of common sleep disorders, and schedule an appointment with our team of board certified doctors and sleep technologists. The Norwich Sleep Center is committed to help our patients live up to their true sleep potential.

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