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Sleep is the body’s way of restoring and revitalizing, providing you with energy to take on the day. Not getting enough rest can put you at risk for irritability, difficulty concentrating, heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke.

If it’s hard for you to fall asleep or stay asleep at night, or you wake up feeling tired, you may have a sleeping disorder. Divine Savior Healthcare’s state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, along with our accredited team of highly trained technologists and physicians, will diagnose the problem and work with you to help you get the rest you need.

Divine Savior’s Sleep Medicine team utilizes advanced screenings and performs patient consults to evaluate you for sleeping disorders. If our team determines that your issue requires a polysomnogram, or a sleep study, we’ll schedule you for a night in our sleep disorders lab to observe up to 16 different channels of data that include brain activity, breathing, oxygen levels, heart function and muscle activity. Our technologist will monitor your sleep stages and observe your breathing in cases of sleep apnea.

Whatever results are found, Divine Savior will work hard to make sure you don’t go another night without getting the rest you need.

If you feel you may suffer from a sleeping disorder and would benefit from polysomnography testing, please contact your physician or call Divine Savior Healthcare’s Sleep Disorder Center at (608) 745-6320.

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Answering yes to one or more of the following questions may mean you need to make an appointment with our board-certified pulmonologist, Dr. Clint Bonebrake, who also specializes in sleep medicine.

  • Are you a loud, habitual snorer?
  • Do you feel tired or groggy upon awakening?
  • Are you overweight and/or have a large neck?
  • Have you ever been observed to choke, gasp or hold your breath during sleep?
  • Are you sleepy during wake hours and/or can you fall asleep quickly?
  • Do you have trouble falling asleep at night?
  • Do you feel you sleep too much?