Over 50% of children suffer from sleep disorders, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians.
BSA Health System is combating this problem and is now offering sleep
studies for children, ages 3 to 17.
Often left undiagnosed early warning signs include changes in mood, increased anxiety, depression, poor sleeping habits, and insomnia.
At BSA Sleep Disorders Center, specially-trained technicians monitor all aspects of a child’s sleep patterns over the period of one night including their heart rate, oxygen levels, and eye movement.
Results are then interpreted by a board-certified sleep specialist and an individualized treatment plan is created.
Physician referrals are required for a sleep study and for more information on sleep studies visit https://bsahs.org/services/sleep-disorders.