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Better Nights. Better Days.
Do you live with restless nights, endless tossing and turning and waking up each morning only to feel more tired than when you went to sleep? If so, you could be suffering from poor sleep quality as part of a sleep disorder. Having a sleep disorder can not only leave you feeling tired and irritable, but it can also impact your overall health and wellness. Most sleep disorders are treatable, with modifications to your sleeping habits.
Central Sleep Apnea and the remede® System from Respicardia
UnityPoint Health – Trinity is one of the first hospitals in the country to offer patients with central sleep apnea (CSA) the newly approved remede® System from Respicardia. This cutting-edge treatment has been shown to improve sleep, breathing and quality of life. For adults with moderate to severe CSA, the device stimulates a nerve in the chest to send signals to the diaphragm, the large muscle that controls breathing.
To see if the remede® System is right for you, call (309) 779-3189.
Quad Cities Sleep Center
As one of the nation's first sleep labs, Trinity started providing testing in 1979 and is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Bedrooms are sound-proofed, have individual bathrooms, and allow each patient to regulate the temperature. While some patients will undergo a sleep study in the hospital, other patients may be eligible for an in-home study. This allows to you to remain in the comforts of your own home while collecting the data needed to determine your course of treatment.
Muscatine Sleep Center
Patients visiting the Muscatine clinic will have an initial consultation to decide your options. While some patients will undergo a sleep study in the hospital, other patients may be eligible for an in-home study. This allows to you to remain in the comforts of your own home while collecting the data needed to determine your course of treatment.