Sleep disorder symptoms can be confusing and even misleading: fatigue, depression, behavioral problems, slowed reaction times, loss of libido, lack of focus, and memory loss, among others.
And it doesn’t stop there. It’s estimated that up to 24,000 vehicular deaths each year can be attributed to drivers with sleep disorders. People with sleep apnea, a fairly common sleep disorder, are four times more likely to experience a stroke and three times more likely to have coronary disease and heart failure.
Dr. John P. Hey III offers the expertise and technology to diagnose and treat sleep disorders that can affect your health and even your safety. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Hey by calling 662-453-6177.
- Immune system suppression
- Difficulty thinking
- Loss of sex drive
- Heart attack
- High blood pressure
- Fatigue and weakness
Sleep medicine is the medical profession’s newest specialty field and one of the fastest growing. To date, eighty-nine sleep disorders have been identified. The good news is that many of them are extremely common, and once diagnosed, easily treated.