Sleep Disorders Center

Sleep is as important to our health as eating and exercise. Sleep is the process by which the body renews itself to keep up with our daily physical and mental demands. Nearly 70 million people in the United States are believed to suffer from some type of sleep disorder. Sleep experts estimate that about 15 percent of the population suffers sufficiently to warrant medical attention. If your sleep is being disturbed by one of the more than 84 sleep/wake disorders that have been identified, this disturbance may result in a decline in overall health.

Sleep disorders may include problems falling asleep and staying asleep, problems staying awake, sleepwalking, nightmares, snoring and others. Problems can vary in severity from a mild inconvenience to life-threatening disorders.

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine awarded McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital Sleep Disorders Center a five-year accreditation in 2011.

Contact information

McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital's Sleep Disorders Center is located in the McCullough-Hyde Medical Building, 5151 Morning Sun Road, Oxford, Ohio. For more information, call 513.524.5475.

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