Having Trouble Sleeping? Or is Snoring Keeping You Awake?

It might be time to visit the MCMH + Clinics Sleep Center! The MCMH + Clinics Sleep Center is an ACHC accredited sleep study center that specializes in providing accurate diagnoses and customized treatment plans for sleep disorders.

Our facility is equipped with the latest technology, including:

  • On-site and home sleep studies,
  • EEGs
  • And other diagnostic tools

Our Registered Polysomnographic Technologist works closely with you and your healthcare provider to develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique needs. Whether you're struggling with insomnia, sleep apnea, or any other sleep related issues, our team of experts is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal sleep health.


to discuss how we can help you take the first step towards a better night's rest!  


What is Sleep Apnea? 

Sleep apnea is the most common chronic illness in the United States. Testing in clinical sleep laboratories found that 24% of male adults and 9% of female adults have sleep apnea. This adds up to more than 30 million people in the United States. The precursor to sleep apnea, snoring, is even more prevalent affecting 50% of all adults. Over half of all people with sleep apnea are 35 years or older and overweight. An estimated 80-90% of affected people are undiagnosed and untreated. 

What are the Three Types of Sleep Apnea? 

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

The absence of airflow through the nose and mouth despite persistent and increasing efforts to breathe.

Central Sleep Apnea 

The absence of any effort to breathe and consequently an absence of airflow through nose and mouth.

Mixed Sleep Apnea

A combination of the two types in a single episode.

Do you or someone you know snore and wake tired and/or irritated?

Take the Test Below to See if it might be time to talk to your provider! 

Epworth Sleepiness Scale - Test with Chance of Dozing

How is Sleep Apnea Diagnosed?

In addition to your Primary Care Physician, a pulmonologist with specialized training in sleep disorders may order a sleep study. This is a test that records a variety of body functions during sleep such as the electrical activity of the brain, eye movements, muscles activity, heart rate, respiratory effort, airflow, snoring and blood oxygen levels.

 Shannon Bishop

Ready to learn more about how the MCMH + Clinics Sleep Center could help you?

We are here to help!


Shannon Bishop

Registered Polysomnographic Technologist

(712) 623-7289


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