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Sleep Health Center

The Sleep Center has moved
The new location is on the 3rd floor of the
Occupational Health/Homestead Building
Map of APD (See Building H)
(from the main entry driveway take the first left,
the Homestead building is the first building on your left)


If you’re having trouble sleeping at night, or struggling to stay awake during the day, we can help. Serving New Hampshire and Vermont since 1996, the Sleep Health Center provides quality testing and treatment for sleep disorders. Our three-bed facility is fully computerized and employs state-of-the-art digital technology to record and conduct sleep studies.

Hours

8:00 a.m. to noon Mon
noon to 4:00 p.m Tue
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Thu

Location

Occupational Health/Homestead Building
127 Mascoma Street
Lebanon NH 03766
Map of APD (See Building H)

(603) 448-7436

Medical Staff

Conditions Treated

  • Insomnia
  • Sleep apnea
  • Sleep disordered breathing
  • Restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movement disorder
  • Narcolepsy
  • Sleepwalking and other disturbances
  • Sleep disorders in children

About Sleep Disorders

Over seventy million Americans are affected by sleep disorders that can be disruptive to them and their families. Untreated sleep disorders can lead to poor performance at work and school. Sleep disorders are also closely associated with serious medical conditions such as:

  • Depression
  • High blood pressure
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
Patient Forms

Our Team of Experts

Our patients are seen by a team of Board Certified Sleep Physicians from a wide range of disciplines and specialties. We closely collaborate with referring providers to provide seamless delivery of care. All technical staff members are Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (RPSGT) with the Board of Polysomnographic Technologists. Together with a Board Certified Sleep Physician, we see patients for consultations on disorders including sleep apnea, insomnia, parasomnias, narcolepsy, and circadian rhythm disorders.

Support Group

We provide an opportunity for patients to meet and discuss nutritional issues, treatment options, and other health care issues related to sleep disorders at the Upper Valley A.W.A.K.E. Support Group coordinated here at the hospital.

For meeting times, call or email: uva@apdmh.org. (Please note that A.W.A.K.E. meetings are intended to be a source of general information and support, not for individual medical advice.)

Testing

All sleep evaluations and testing are provided following a referral from your primary care provider. If providers need a copy of the referral form for the Sleep Center at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, they should call or email us directly. Patients can avoid taking time off work by having their sleep study done overnight. The Sleep Health Center accepts most major insurance plans, and our staff can help you with your insurance questions, including pre-certification and verification.

Sleep Study or Polysomnograph

An overnight study of your sleep conducted at our Sleep Center that diagnoses the type of sleep disorder you may have. The test monitors your heart rate, breathing rate and rhythm, eye movement, muscle activity, brain activity, blood oxygen level, and airflow.

All tests are evaluated with state-of-the-art software.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Trial

This trial is for those who have already been tested and diagnosed with sleep apnea. During this test patients will wear a CPAP mask to keep the airway open. At optimal airway pressure, the patient will no longer snore or have periods of sleep disordered breathing. Surgical options are also available if physical corrections are needed. Nonconventional methods, such as positional measures and oral appliances, are also available

Multiple Sleep Latency Testing or MSLT

Used to determine how tired patients are during the day. During this test we look for how quickly subjects fall asleep and which stage of sleep they are able achieve.

Multiple Wakefulness Test or MWT

Determines how likely patients are to stay awake in a sedentary situation.

Actigraph

Determines circadian rhythm (sleep wake cycle). Patients wear a wristwatch-type device for a period of two to three weeks; during this time, the device records your wrist movements, which are inactive during sleep.