Start Dreaming Again
Sleep is your battery charger. When you’re fully recharged after a good night’s sleep, your immune system is stronger, your mind is sharper, and your energy is powered-up to last throughout the day. You need restorative sleep just as much as you need oxygen. That’s why it’s time to put your sleep issues to bed.
At AdventHealth Dade City, formerly Florida Hospital Dade City, we're here to help you achieve a healthy sleep pattern with treatments for sleep disorders that nurture your body, mind, and spirit. Whether you need treatment for restless legs syndrome or a care for your narcolepsy, we can help. Your Sleep Care team includes board-registered sleep technologists and specialists certified in sleep medicine who’ll help guide you toward a life of better sleep. Let us help you stop tossing and turning. And start dreaming again.
With Our Expert Treatment of Sleep Disorders
- Sleep Disorders We Treat
Tossing and turning all night. Waking up feeling groggy. Nodding off during the day. All of these can be symptoms of a sleep disorder. Whether you have sleep apnea, insomnia due to restless legs syndrome, or something else disrupting your sleep, it’s important to know what’s keeping you up at night. The sleep experts are here to help you find out. At AdventHealth Dade City, formerly Florida Hospital Dade City, you’ll find a team of board-certified physicians who specialize in diagnosing and treating sleep disorders. The team of professionals at our sleep center treat:
- Gastroesophageal reflux (also known as acid reflux or heartburn) that may result in insomnia, poor sleep quality, or periodic limb-movement disorder
- Restless Legs Syndrome
- Sleep Apnea
Finding the cause of your sleep disorder and then helping you rediscover restful sleep is our priority. If you’re having trouble sleeping, let us help you find out why. We promise: We won’t rest until you do.
- Getting Answers With an Overnight Sleep Study
Do you look at your bed with dread? Approach bedtime with a sense of anxiety? Spend your nights hoping you’ll fall asleep at least a few hours before you have to get up? If you’re having trouble getting a good night's sleep, our sleep center can help by administering a nighttime sleep test called a polysomnogram, often called a sleep study. A sleep study involves sleeping in our clinic where all aspects of sleep are carefully monitored by our board-certified sleep technologists.
Your sleep study will take place from 8:00 pm to 6:30 am in a comfortable, private room equipped with a queen-sized bed, private bathroom with shower, a flat-screen television, and free WiFi. Before leaving you to your rest, we’ll place sensors on your head, chest, on either side of your eyes, and under your chin. These sensors will record brain waves, eye movements, and heart and muscle activity. Other sensors are used to monitor breathing and blood oxygen levels.
Nighttime recordings are often followed by a daytime test, such as the multiple sleep latency test, to determine whether your sleep disorder also involves an increased tendency to fall asleep during the day. Once we determine your current sleep patterns, we can customize a plan to help you break them and make healthier ones.
To begin the sleep study process, please download our patient referral form for your physician to complete. Once this form is complete, you or your physician's office can contact our sleep center at 352-521-1592 to set up your first appointment. From there, you’ll be well on your way to getting the restorative sleep you need.
So You Can Follow Your Dreams
When you can’t sleep, it affects every aspect of your life. Let us help you get the restful sleep you need. In addition to helping you coordinate your appointments, we can also connect you with local support groups and services that can help make your days — and nights — easier. And because sleeping issues could be a symptom of something more serious, our network provides expert care to treat a number of conditions and illnesses. Rest assured. Help is here.