One-third of adult Americans suffer from a sleep problem and are not aware of it. Get the rest you need at the Sleep Disorders Center at Aultman Alliance Community Hospital.

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Leaders in Sleep Care

Recurring sleep problems usually mean that other aspects of your life may be suffering as well.

Your physical health, work performance and social relationships are all directly influenced by the amount and quality of your sleep. If you haven't gotten a good night's sleep in a long time, feel tired after a full night's sleep, snore, or would like more energy and improved mood during the day, the Sleep Disorders Center may be able to help.

The following symptoms can help you determine if you could be suffering from a sleep problem:

  • snoring
  • interrupted sleep
  • trouble falling or staying asleep
  • excessive daytime sleepiness
  • impotence
  • sleepwalking, talking or other unusual sleep behavior
  • fatigue
  • depression 

Consult with a physician and if it is recommended that you have a sleep study performed, ask about the Sleep Disorders Center at Aultman Alliance Community Hospital.

Common Sleep Disorders

Some common conditions that can be diagnosed and treated at the Sleep Disorders Center at Aultman Alliance Community Hospital include:

  • Chronic Insomnia
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Narcolepsy
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Periodic Limb Movement Disorder
  • Work-Shift Change Syndrome
  • Sleepwalking 

Follow these tips for a better night's sleep.

Certain measures can be taken to get a good night's sleep. These tips will help you feel more rested:

  • exercise daily, but at least three hours before bed
  • decide on a pre-set bedtime and rise time, and stick to them
  • go to bed an hour or two earlier if you lost sleep the day before
  • do not nap during the day
  • keep your bedroom temperature 60 to 65 degrees
  • make sure your mattress is in good condition
  • take a warm bath
  • avoid caffeine, alcohol and tobacco, especially during the evening
  • avoid worrisome thinking once the lights are off
  • after 30 minutes of not being able to sleep, get up and try again 20 minutes later

The Sleep Disorders Center offers sleep studies 5 nights a week.

The Center will work with your schedule to meet your needs. Safety is a top priority at the Sleep Disorders Center.

Many sleep centers are not located within a hospital. In the event additional medical care is needed during your sleep study, there is emergency medical staff on hand at the Sleep Disorders Center. Each room is equipped with state-of-the-art monitoring technology to assure your safety while allowing the best possible sleep study.

Commitment to Service

Services are individualized and customized to meet your unique needs and desires. Prior to your visit, you will have the opportunity to answer a brief questionnaire that will allow us to better accommodate you during your stay. For additional comfort, we offer Tempurpedic and Sleep Number beds. Patients may also choose the temperature of the room and hand massages are available.

For more information, call 330-596-7321.

A valid photo ID and proof of insurance are required at check-in.