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Memorial Physician Clinics

Memorial Sleep Center Gulfport

Gulfport, MS | Sleep Health Services

Sleep is a basic necessity of life. It is as important to our health and well-being as air, food or water. When we get a good night’s sleep, we awake feeling refreshed, alert and ready to face the many challenges of our daily routine. When we don’t, we suffer. Our jobs, relationships, productivity, health and safety, as well as the safety of those around us, are put at risk.

Our sleep labs specialize in Sleep Apnea, Insomnia, “Restless Leg” Syndrome, Narcolepsy and many others that include sleep walking, and night terrors.

Why Memorial Sleep Center at Gulfport?

We conduct overnight sleep tests and offer many amenities such as:

  • Full-sized bed
  • Flat-screen TV
  • Free WiFi

Our excellent staff offers:

  • Board Certified doctor evaluation
  • Timely and accurate reports to your doctor
  • Personal care for you and your unique needs
  • Board-Registered Sleep Technicians

How do I know if I have a sleep disorder?

If you suffer from three or more of the following symptoms listed, you may have a sleep disorder and could benefit from a sleep study. Please contact your physician if you experience:

  • Extremely loud snoring
  • Nighttime gasping, choking or coughing
  • Waking up frequently
  • Poor work of school performance
  • Reading or watching TV
  • Diabetes
  • Depression
  • High blood pressure
  • Morning headaches
  • Lack of energy
  • Change in personality
  • Feel sleepy during the day, groggy

Fall asleep during activities listed below:

  • Sitting inactive in a public space (i.e., theater or meeting)
  • As a passenger in a car for an hour  without a break
  • Sitting and talking to someone
  • Sitting quietly after lunch without alcohol
  • In a car, while stopped for a few minutes in traffic

What is an overnight sleep study?

Performed in a private sleep room, it involves the analysis of your body’s sleep patterns. You may have a procedure called polysomnogram (sleep study). This involves the placement of special sensors to record the activity of your respiration, heart, brain waves, muscle tone, and movement or behavior during sleep in an effort to uncover the source of sleep disturbance. The study will also monitor the air flow from your nose and mouth, as well as, the level of oxygen in your blood. The test is painless and is conducted by a certified technician.

How do I schedule an appointment?

A referral is needed from your provider.

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