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Here are some simple habits one can incorporate each day to promote improved sleep:

  • Avoid stimulants. Stay away from caffeine for at least 12 hours before bedtime and avoid nicotine for several hours before bedtime. Avoid any over-the-counter medications that may disturb sleep such as diet pills, decongestants and pain medications that contain caffeine. Talk with your doctor or pharmacist about your prescription medicines to determine if they may interfere with sleep.
  • Wake up at the same time each day, even on weekends. This consistent pattern will strengthen your internal clock. Exposure to bright daylight (or equivalent) at wake-up time for 30 – 60 minutes can help keep your internal clock “on time.”  This may be particularly important for young adults who tend to have a slower internal clock.
  • Exercise daily over time. This improves sleep quality. Even 30 minutes of walking daily can improve the quality of your sleep. Make sure to finish exercising at least two hours before bedtime to give your body a chance to wind down after the exercise.
  • Avoid over-stimulation before bedtime. Reduce brightness of lights, take a warm bath to relax and avoid exciting or arousing activities just before bed; sex is an exception as it can be relaxing. Avoid scary or thrilling books or movies, and arguments with family members or friends just before going to bed.
  • Discontinue napping. Avoiding naps especially in the afternoon will effect the ease to fall asleep at night. If you have pain or chronic discomfort, you need to rest in the late morning or early afternoon to reduce fatigue associated with this pain.
  • Reduce disturbances of your sleep. Check your bed and bedding for comfort and make note of noises and lights outside your bedroom. Attempt to reduce these disturbances so that obtaining sleep becomes easier. Make sure the room temperature is comfortable and consider sleeping alone if your bed partner disturbs your sleep with increased movement or snoring.

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  • January 7, 2019
    Steve R.
    Went in for a consult at the lancaster office almost 2 years ago where the staff took my vitals and then took some baseline readings which lasted 20-30 mins. Turns out that those baseline readings test cost more than the actual overnight sleep study that i ended up taking a couple weeks later, but didn't learn about this fact until i went back in on the 3rd visit for my sleep study results. Was told that i had obstructive sleep apnea and would definitely need to come back in for an additional sleep study to be fitted for a CPAP, but 1st needed to get some financials squared away. That was perfectly fine until i saw a charge for my consultation that cost more than the sleep study. For 20-30 mins and that justifies a $1400 charge, insane! My insurance covered half of this fiasco whereas i only paid copays for each visit, and didn't pay another cent to them beyond that. Seems rather shady to slip some high priced diagnostic test in during the consultation. I would have payed my half of the sleep study, but nothing for the other test. So here i am, roughly 2 years later still with obstructive sleep apnea, still no CPAP, and getting worse. Buyer beware, go elsewhere.
  • January 6, 2019
    Alicia grey
    Amy winehouse
  • January 5, 2019
    Gail Brown
    Poor service. If I could give zero stars I would. They don't return phone calls. If you need prescriptions or paperwork completed to obtain your medical equipment, they won't submit correctly, and then will get an attitude with you. They are rude and medically incapable of doing right for the patients.
  • January 2, 2019
    Shelly L.
    Can I give no stars? So slow and long wait to get in. Even when there is no one in the waiting room. And they want to have me come in every time I need a new prescription for a controlled substance. This is not due to Ohio laws this is just their policy. I’m sorry but who with a full time job can call off work once a month just to get a refill??? My advice is go to your family doctor to have them refill your prescription every 3 months instead. Don’t go here. I’ve been out of medications due to the fact they don’t answer their phone or they don’t send out the prescription promptly. They informed me last minute I wouldn’t be able to get my prescription because I haven’t seen them in a year. Like wow now I have no medication. Great.
  • January 1, 2019
    gemma.e
    amazing
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  • January 7, 2019
    Steve R.
    Went in for a consult at the lancaster office almost 2 years ago where the staff took my vitals and then took some baseline readings which lasted 20-30 mins. Turns out that those baseline readings test cost more than the actual overnight sleep study that i ended up taking a couple weeks later, but didn't learn about this fact until i went back in on the 3rd visit for my sleep study results. Was told that i had obstructive sleep apnea and would definitely need to come back in for an additional sleep study to be fitted for a CPAP, but 1st needed to get some financials squared away. That was perfectly fine until i saw a charge for my consultation that cost more than the sleep study. For 20-30 mins and that justifies a $1400 charge, insane! My insurance covered half of this fiasco whereas i only paid copays for each visit, and didn't pay another cent to them beyond that. Seems rather shady to slip some high priced diagnostic test in during the consultation. I would have payed my half of the sleep study, but nothing for the other test. So here i am, roughly 2 years later still with obstructive sleep apnea, still no CPAP, and getting worse. Buyer beware, go elsewhere.
  • January 6, 2019
    Alicia grey
    Amy winehouse
  • January 5, 2019
    Gail Brown
    Poor service. If I could give zero stars I would. They don't return phone calls. If you need prescriptions or paperwork completed to obtain your medical equipment, they won't submit correctly, and then will get an attitude with you. They are rude and medically incapable of doing right for the patients.
  • January 2, 2019
    Shelly L.
    Can I give no stars? So slow and long wait to get in. Even when there is no one in the waiting room. And they want to have me come in every time I need a new prescription for a controlled substance. This is not due to Ohio laws this is just their policy. I’m sorry but who with a full time job can call off work once a month just to get a refill??? My advice is go to your family doctor to have them refill your prescription every 3 months instead. Don’t go here. I’ve been out of medications due to the fact they don’t answer their phone or they don’t send out the prescription promptly. They informed me last minute I wouldn’t be able to get my prescription because I haven’t seen them in a year. Like wow now I have no medication. Great.
  • January 1, 2019
    gemma.e
    amazing
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