Your doctor will perform a physical examination, discuss your sleep and medical history, and order a sleep study called a polysomnogram to monitor and record data from your body during a full night’s sleep, such as:
- Alterations in brain waves.
- Respiratory and heart rate.
- Electrical activity of the heart.
- Eye movement.
- Blood pressure.
The treatment to follow will depend on your specific problem, but you may have to make adjustments to your lifestyle, modify your diet for a healthier one and have an exercise routine, as well as relaxation techniques and medications to help you fall asleep.
At the Neurological Center, a select group of highly professional and certified doctors in the various neurological specialties are ready to assist you with the quality and warmth that characterizes us.
Our mission is to provide you with comprehensive and multidisciplinary care programs for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of nervous system diseases, always focusing our activities on your safety.
Nervous system specialties
- Spine surgery
- Pediatric neurosurgery
- Interventional neuro-radiology