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Your body needs sleep to regenerate and restore. Sleep disorders can disturb sleep quality and leave your body chronically sleep deprived, even after a full night’s rest. Sleep deprivation causes inflammation, now know to be the primary cause of many chronic health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and chronic pain. You could be suffering the silent effects of chronic sleep deprivation and not even be aware of the damage...

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Successful treatment of obstructive sleep apnea can dramatically reduce the recurrence rate of atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias following ablation or cardioversion. Yet many patients with a history of arrhythmia just can’t seem to use their OSA treatment. Read below to learn about one of the most critical – yet commonly missed – reasons why. Breathing during sleep is regulated primarily by arterial CO2. When CO2 decreases...

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Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a cluster of symptoms that occur after exposure to a shocking or dangerous event. Researchers say that up to eight percent of every 100 Americans will have PTSD at some time in their lives, and around eight million suffer from PTSD each year. Military personnel are especially at risk, with estimates of those serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Vietnam ranging from 11 to 20 percent in any given...

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Sleep apnea is a common condition in which a person’s breathing stops and starts during sleep. The repeated pause can be caused by a blocked airway or a problem with signals from the brain. An individual will stop breathing over and over throughout the night without being aware of the disruption. When the airway opens or the breathing signal is given, the person may take a deep breath, snort, or wake completely with a feeling of...

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Most people don’t realize the importance of maintaining their CPAP/BIPAP mask, filters, hoses, and humidifier chamber.  Not properly maintaining these can have a serious impact on your quality of sleep, comfort, and pose adverse side effects to your Sleep Apnea Therapy. Follow these tips to keep your CPAP clean and healthy. MASK: Most patients do not realize that their skin secretes acid, oils, and bacteria which will build upon...

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February is American Heart Month, a federally designated event since 1964. Throughout the month, the American Heart Association concentrates on reminding us to focus on the health of our hearts. Even if your heart is healthy, you probably know someone affected by cardiovascular disease – it leads to the deaths of approximately 2,300 Americans every day. This number does not have to be so large. Preventing heart disease comes down to...

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It happens to all of us! You’re wide awake at 2:30 a.m. anticipating your stressful work day ahead and you can’t fall back to sleep. This condition is regarded as a type of insomnia by sleep disorder specialists. So, what can you do? Here are some tips. Stop Looking at the Clock Obsessively checking off the minutes only makes things worse. It won’t change the time, how long you’ve been awake, and won’t help you get back to sleep. Try...

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Every New Year people make resolutions; often, these resolutions are ways they can improve themselves and their lives. One of the best ways a person can improve their health and quality of life is by making sleep a priority. If you fail to get the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep each night, these are five reasons why you should make sleep a priority in 2018:   Better-quality health. Getting the recommended amount of sleep...

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Have you heard of a relatively new relaxation video craze that has taken YouTube by storm? It is called ASMR, or autonomous sensory meridian response, and in the last decade, it has become extremely popular. ASMR is described as a series of high definition sounds and subtle movements (like whispering voices and the mimicking of stroking a person’s face) that stimulates a sort of “tingling” sensation in the viewer. In most cases, the...

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Valley Sleep Center, Arizona’s largest sleep clinic with 5 clinics in the Phoenix area, has been diagnosing, testing and treating people with sleep disorders since 2002. We are seeking a full-time Nurse Practitioner for our sleep clinic located in Mesa.  Valley Sleep Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and their physicians are Board Certified Sleep Medicine Specialists. Valley Sleep Center has won numerous...

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Client Reviews

"Great staff, they make you feel so at home. Every medical facility should be this nice. Felt like a nice hotel. Someone has great taste in decorating. Thanks for making us feel at home."

Steve N.

San Diego, CA

"I recommend them highly!! I took my 2 year old daughter for a sleep study and was very impressed. Our sleep technician was amazing with her, very patient and kind. The DVD we brought to watch while getting her hooked up got stuck in the TV and they vowed to return it. We got a call the next day checking on our daughter and saying how sweet she was, they mentioned the DVD. Several days later, we received the DVD plus a new copy of the Lion King with a nice note. They are very good at what they do and if they can make a 2 year old feel at ease, they can probably do the same with anyone!!"

Anthea S.

Tempe, AZ

"I was especially impressed with Andrew the Respiratory Therapist who reviewed my study with me and answered my questions. Andrew thoroughly explained everything about the Cpap machine-from start to finish. I never felt rushed and was assured I could contact him with any additional questions or needs. Andrew told me he would follow up with a call in a week and he did. I believe this center performed the study appropriately and the added benefit of having Andrew teach me about the machine and what to expect was a bonus."

Candace M.

Scottsdale, AZ