The Importance of a Snoring Quiz or Sleep Study

Written by Manny Erlich. Posted in Blog, Sleep Center

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Taking a snoring quiz might not seem important at first, but it can have a positive impact on your health because it provides the opportunity to learn more about your sleep habits and make positive changes. The results of a snoring quiz can provide you with an incentive and reason for having a sleep study.

What is a Sleep Study?

A sleep study refers to any scientific or medical study that occurs while you are asleep. A medical facility takes measures to ensure that you can sleep in a safe location and sets up appropriate machinery based on the symptoms and concerns that you describe.

A sleep study can help identify if you have any physical concerns that may be contributing to snoring, sleep apnea or other potential health issues associated with sleeping. WebMD states that a sleep study will usually take place in a sleep lab at a hospital or medical facility, but some studies may also be done in the comfort of your home with appropriate equipment.

Importance of the Study

Sleep studies are an important part of identifying the problems that you are having during sleep so that you can determine the best treatment for your needs. For example, if you are snoring and it is causing you to wake up at night, then the sleep study can help determine if you have sleep apnea.

Harvard Medical School states that sleep is important for your health. The problems that can arise when you don’t get enough sleep include:

  • Mood swings
  • Poor memory
  • Lack of concentration
  • Increased risk of heart disease
  • Increased risk of getting sick

Sleep studies are not only provided to individuals who are struggling to fall asleep or who do not feel rested after sleeping for the entire night. Sleep studies may also be useful if  your snoring is keeping your spouse or partner awake at night causing them to be sleep deprived.

Identifying problems that are preventing you or your bed partner from getting a good night’s sleep can play an essential role in improving the quality of your sleep and the quality of your life.

Taking a Snoring Quiz

Taking a snoring quiz can help you identify potential problems so that it is possible to make the decision to seek medical assistance.

Sleep is essential for your health and overall well-being. Whether you want to improve your moods, reduce your risk of getting sick or even just want to feel rested, it is important to identify the underlying causes of your lack of sleep. A sleep quiz can be the the first step toward realizing you should consider a sleep study or seeing a medical doctor who is a sleep specialist.


The At-Home Sleep Study – An Alternative to the “Lab”

Written by Manny Erlich. Posted in Blog, Sleep Center

Most people cringe when they hear the phrase, “sleep study” – no way I’m going to get one is the typical reaction, even if they know they might benefit.  So why is this?  What prevents them from moving forward?  Why are they afraid to ask their doctor?  And even if they do, and their doctor recommends a sleep study, and they know it might help identify an issue that can diagnose a sleep disorder such as snoring, sleep apnea or other dangerous health conditions, why are they so reluctant to go?

However, there is an alternative.  Candidates for a sleep study don’t realize that often times they can undergo an at-home sleep study right in the comfort of their own home – in their own bed!

Why Sleep Disorder Centers Are Increasing in Popularity

Written by Manny Erlich. Posted in Blog, Sleep Center, Sleep Disorders

Sleep Medicine Specialists Seeing Increase In Visitations


The field of Sleep Medicine has grown exponentially in the past 10 years. Sleep Medicine specialists are now trained in a variety of medical and surgical specialties including Neurology, Pulmonary Medicine, Psychiatry, Otolaryngology, Dentistry, Bariatric Surgery, and Nutrition. The increased need for sleep disorder centers and trained specialists is being fostered by the fact that we’re getting less sleep now than ever before due to a variety of factors.