Unity Medical & Surgical Hospital Sleep Center

The amount and quality of sleep you get at night dramatically affects how you feel the next day. Sleep restores energy and revitalizes the body. Typically adults need at least seven to eight hours of sleep per night. The demands and stresses of today’s society and potential health issues, often leaves many of us with struggling with sleepless nights; however, if you have trouble sleeping for several weeks, you may need medical help.

Unity Medical and Surgical Hospital is recognized as a leader in healthcare and is the most recommended hospital in Michiana according to medicare.gov. Now you can experience our passion for your health via our sleep center located conveniently off of Day Road in Mishawaka, Indiana.

Your next step is as simple as calling us (574-231-6895) or your own health care provider and asking for a sleep study. We’ll be happy to work with your provider to schedule your study. If your provider has requested that you have a sleep study, tell them you would like to have it performed at Unity Medical & Surgical Hospital Sleep Center.

Our rooms feature Tempurpedic beds with access to streaming video and wifi at no additional cost. Your room is private, temperature controlled to your preference, with your own private restroom. Sleeping at UMSH will feel like home.

If you have trouble sleeping or staying awake, we can help. UMSH Sleep Center offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for all sleep disorders. Your study is painless and tailored to be convenient to your schedule. You’ll sleep in a specially designed room, with a queen size bed, and hotel like amenities. After a complete diagnosis study, our physician will recommend an individualized treatment plan to gain control of your sleep disorder to finally awake fresh and full of energy. Ask your doctor to order your sleep study at Unity Medical and Surgical Hospital Sleep Center.

If you have any of the following symptoms, you will benefit from a sleep study:

1. Do you feel sleepy during the day, even after a full night sleep?

2. Do you snoring or suddenly awaking for no apparent reason?

3. Do you feel unable to breathe while laying down or awaking to gasping or a feeling of shorten breathe?

4. When falling asleep do you ever feel paralyzed, unable to move?

5. Do you feel you sleep too much?

6. Sleep too little?

7. Are you restless or do your legs jerk while you sleep or keep you from falling asleep?

8. Do you have nightmares or hallucinate during waking hours?

9. Do you sleep walk?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you may be experiencing a sleep disorder. You’re not alone, about 1 in 3 adults experience trouble sleeping.