Sleep Medicine

Better Sleep = Better Health

Sleep is vital for human health. Getting too little sleep can lead to problems with concentration, productivity, calorie regulation and social relationships. In contrast, consistently getting a good night’s sleep can reduce your risk of both heart disease and depression, improve physical performance and strengthen your immune system.

Symptoms to watch for

Common sleep disorder symptoms include difficulty falling or staying asleep, loud snoring or gasping noises during sleep, daytime sleepiness and napping, irritability, difficulty concentrating, depression and an irresistible urge to move your legs (particularly at bedtime).

Olympic Medical Sleep Center is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and our specialists can help to diagnose and treat your sleep disorder so you can get the rest your body and mind need.

If you don’t sleep well, you may benefit from seeing a sleep specialist. Ask your provider for a referral or call (360) 582-4200 for more information.

Sleep Medicine Specialist Usha Reddi, MD

Olympic Medical Providers in this Specialty

Marna Butler, ARNP

Marna Butler, ARNP

Specialty
Sleep Medicine
Usha Reddi, MD

Usha Reddi, MD

Specialty
Sleep Medicine