Emerging evidence supports a link between disrupted sleep and risk of heart disease, diabetes, atrial fibrillation, ADHD, cognitive decline and chronic pain. Diagnosing and treating sleep disorders may improve management of these conditions as well as contribute to better health and well-being.
MEDICAL SLEEP DISORDERS
Our physicians will assess the nature of your sleep problems and recommend diagnostic and treatment options. If you have daytime sleepiness, wake up often during the night, wake up tired or if you snore, schedule this consultation early in your stay to allow time for additional testing. If appropriate, an instrumented, unmonitored in-room sleep screening to check for common sleep disorders – including apnea, hypopnea and respiratory-related arousals – is available overnight.
Note: If you are unable to fall asleep or wake up too early, we recommend a Sleep Enhancement/Insomnia consultation.
$500 for 50 minutes
Sleep problems may be the most common health concern today. Untreated, they can slowly erode mental and physical well-being, leading to serious consequences. A consultation may be helpful if you suffer from insomnia or if you regularly need pills to sleep. A licensed therapist/coach examines the nature and degree of your problem and offers suggestions to overcome it.
$180 for 50 minutes
ALL-NIGHT SLEEP STUDY (POLYSOMNOGRAPHY)
An overnight sleep study is helpful for assessing multiple awakenings, snoring, possible sleep apnea and unexplained daytime sleepiness. This formal overnight study is performed by a certified technician in the on-site Canyon Ranch sleep lab, which has all the comforts of our resort rooms. A physician board-certified as a sleep specialist reviews the results with you and makes recommendations for treatment.
Note: Polysomnography may be covered by your medical insurance plan.
$2,950 for a all-night study and 50-minute consult