Sleep Apnea is a potentially life-threatening condition that usually occurs when a constriction in the upper respiratory tract blocks the passage of air during sleep. People with sleep apnea may stop breathing for up to a minute at a time, as frequently as several hundred times during the night.
Team of Sleep Professionals
Our highly trained and experienced Polysomnographic Technologists, board certified sleep specialists, and a supporting group of physicians.
Serving All of Florida
We diagnose and treat all sleep disorders throughout the state of Florida! Our comprehensive and proven sleep disorder program also includes community awareness, testing, and patient education.
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Sleep is a vital component to good health, makes up approximately one third of our lives.
More than 70 million Americans suffer from one or more sleep disorders, some of which can be fatal.
International Institute of Sleep evaluate and treat thousands of people with sleep disorders yearly. We’re known as the “Gold Standard” of sleep clinics serving all of Florida and trusted for 20 years! Our Sleep Professional team works together to create a custom treatment plan that’s right for you! This simple test could save your life.
Treatment & Diagnosis
Untreated sleep disorders can have very serious consequences, and can easily land you in the emergency room with a plethora of health conditions, that could’ve been avoided by getting diagnosed and treated for more than 80 sleep disorders. A simple test can create a whole new life for you, and improve your over all health!
Sleep Medical Professionals
We offer state-of-the-art sleep centers with hand-selected and highly trained, experienced team of sleep professionals and physicians. We’re here to help, and we care about you as an individual so our research team are up to date on the latest technology for diagnosing and treating all sleep disorders, keeping us on the cutting edge of all things in this industry.
Our supporting physicians and professional associates collectively are the best in the state of Florida! We’ve carefully constructed this team over the last 20 years from all over just to give you the best experience when you come for a study. We also carry all the newest and most ergonomic equipment as your medical team will offer if needed after diagnosis.
“Insomnia is the most common sleep-related complaint and can be caused by a number of factors including stress, depression, stimulants, alcohol, sedentary lifestyle, change in sleep environment or schedule.”
The most common way to treat narcolepsy is to use medication. Narcolepsy is a complex condition and requires precise diagnosis and adjustments to medication dosages to adequately control the symptoms.
In the past years, medications have received FDA approval specifically to treat narcolepsy symptoms, and are considered, by leading narcolepsy experts, to be the first-line treatments for the symptoms of narcolepsy.
Restless Leg Syndrome
RLS is the occurrence of uncomfortable or painful leg sensations while the body is at rest. These unpleasant sensations are described as creeping, crawling, pulling, tingling, numbness, muscle contractions or leg cramps. There may be an irresistible urge to move the legs or “walk it off”.
Parasomnias are a group of sleep disorders that involve unwanted events or experiences that occur while you are falling asleep, sleeping or waking up.
Circadian Rhythm Disruption
A large proportion of the world's population is at increased risk of environmentally driven circadian rhythm and sleep disruption.
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