Sleep Disorder Center
Not getting enough sleep? You are not alone. Approximately 1 in 5 Americans gets less than six hours sleep per night. If you are living with a sleep disorder, it is more than an inconvenience. Lack of sleep can impact your mood, work performance, and relationships.
Most importantly, it can seriously affect your health. Chronic sleep loss is linked with heart disease, depression, diabetes, and obesity.
The Roger Williams’ Sleep Disorders Center is here to help you get the rest you need. At our center, the first step is a thorough medical and sleep evaluation. Some patients spend the night at our sleep lab, a specially designed facility with the feel of a comfortable hotel room. Here, our highly trained staff can closely monitor you while you sleep. We use the latest tools to measure brain wave activity, muscle movements, heart rate, and breathing while you sleep. This gives us a clearer picture of obstacles that might prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep.
To learn more, please call 401-351-2747.
Sleep Disorders Center Coordinator – Laurie Poirier
Dr. Michael Stanchina
Board Certified in Pulmonary Medicine, Sleep Medicine, Internal Medicine and Critical Care