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Experience a Good Night’s Sleep

Most adults require at least seven hours of sleep every night. Unfortunately, for many, getting that much-needed shut-eye can be a nightly struggle. Nearly two-thirds of Couple sleeping with feet outadults in the U.S. experience regular sleep disruptions, such as sleep apnea, snoring and night terrors. At the Fairfield Medical Sleep Center, our sleep technicians have helped thousands of individuals find a solution for a good night’s sleep.

The Fairfield Medical Sleep Center offers comfortable, private rooms where patients are carefully evaluated and monitored by sleep technicians. State-of-the-art technology is used to monitor, record and evaluate brainwave activity, eye and limb movements, heart rate, oxygen levels and breathing to provide a comprehensive and thorough evaluation of each patient.

Sleep Medicine
Medical Pavilion
135 N. Ewing St., Ste. 204
Lancaster, OH 43130


Sleep Center
Medical Pavilion
135 N. Ewing St., Ste. 303
Lancaster, OH 43130
P: 740-689-6390
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Did you know . . .

Sleeping disorders are common and increasing every day in the United States. Many times sleep disorders are not recognized by the people who suffer from them. If left untreated, sleep disorders cause health-related problems including heart attacks, strokes and congestive heart failure. Early detection of sleep disorders can allow patients to sleep and regain restorative function, which could aide in daytime performance and decrease a patient’s risk for accidents and cardiovascular problems.

People who suffer from sleep disorders may have symptoms of the following…

    • Excessive daytime sleepiness.
    • Restlessness while sleeping at night.
    • Difficulty in falling asleep.
    • Problems with concentration & memory.
    • Increased urination during the night.
    • Inability to complete needed tasks at home.
    • Weight gain (inability to lose weight).
    • Loud snoring.
  • Difficulty staying awake while driving.
FMC Sleep Medicine Sleep study

Our Home Sleep Apnea Testing Study

The home sleep apnea testing study (HSAT) is offered by the sleep center and adheres to the current best clinical practice guidelines in regards to the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in adults.  This test is performed in conjunction with a comprehensive sleep evaluation by our sleep medicine team, but allows you to receive a diagnostic assessment within the comfort of your own home, with less wires and physical hook up. Just schedule an appointment with the sleep medicine team to see if you are eligible. If eligible you will come to lab, pick up equipment, receive demonstration on how to use it correctly, and then be sent home to complete at night in your own bed.

Click on the link below to view step-by-step instructions for successfully completing your home sleep study test.

Sleep Conditions we Treat

      • One of the most common sleep disorders.
    • Characterized by repetitive episodes of nocturnal breathing cessation due to upper airway collapse.
    • Affects all age groups, but frequency increases with age and obesity.
    • Common symptoms are snoring, excessive daytime sleepiness, gasping during sleep and mouth breathing.
      • Characterized by legs or arms often involuntarily jerking or moving during sleep.
    • The patient is often very unaware that these movements are happening.
    • This disorder is common for people who already have restless leg syndrome but should not be confused with it. RLS occurs when the patient is both asleep and awake and is a voluntary response to an uncomfortable feeling in the patients’ legs.
    • Common symptoms are excessive daytime sleepiness, daytime fatigue, trouble falling asleep at night and difficulty staying asleep at night.
      • Characterized by difficulty in falling asleep and staying asleep.
    • Can be caused by stress, excitement about an upcoming event or worry.
    • There are many medical conditions that can lead to insomnia. Some medical conditions themselves can cause insomnia (e.g., nasal/sinus allergies, gastrointestinal or endocrine problems, arthritis, asthma, neurological conditions, chronic pain).
    • Insomnia can also be a symptom of an underlying sleep disorder, such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
    • Common symptoms are difficulty falling asleep, waking up often during the night and having trouble going back to sleep, waking up too early in the morning and feeling tired upon waking up.
      • Can be hereditary.
    • Common symptoms are excessive sleepiness, hallucinations just before and after sleep, muscle weakness or sometimes paralysis with increase in emotional events, and the inability to move for several minutes after waking up.
      • Can be hereditary.
    • Common in adolescents and teenagers.
      • Uncommon in adults; if present, it could indicate a more serious problem.
    • Common symptoms are sleepwalking and even acting out dreams.
      • Common in many people that work at night or change work shifts frequently.
    • Triggered by the body not being able to have a regular sleep cycle.
    • Common symptoms are insomnia and tiredness.

Experience Patient-Centered Care

Our specially trained sleep technologists provide comprehensive evaluations and treatments of sleep disorders, including in-center and home sleep apnea testing, diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, comprehensive patient care and direct patient education.

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