Zeeba Sleep Center
Zeeba Sleep Center
2481 Professional Court
Las Vegas, NV 89128
(702) 242-1562
Zeeba Sleep Center
"for the A to ZZZ's in Healthy Sleep"

What Can I Expect?

The treatment of a sleep disorder, like any other medical condition, requires an initial evaluation to assess what the most likely sleep disorder may be. Once this is determined, the sleep physician may order a test to confirm the diagnosis. Sleep tests usually require an overnight stay in our facility. During this time you will be monitored by our certified staff as you sleep. A large amount of data will be collected about your sleep patterns then analyzed in detail. A report is generated by the sleep physician. Once the report is available, the final diagnosis and treatment plan will be discussed with you during a follow-up visit, either by the referring physician or the sleep specialist at the center. Further recommendations for treatment will be based on these findings.

Frequently Asked Questions related to Sleep Studies

Why is sleep important?

Sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle. Like eating right and exercising, sleeping well is essential to feeling your best during the day. It affects how you feel, your relationships, your productivity and your quality of life. While you sleep, your brain goes to work, consolidating the day's learning into memory and reenergizing the body.

What are some ways to get a better night's sleep?

A few key things should help. Try going to bed and getting up at the same time every day – even on the weekends. This will help keep your biological clock in sync. Develop a sleep ritual by doing the same things each night just before bed. Parents often establish a routine for their kids, but it can help adults, too. A routine cues the body to settle down for the night. Another hint: Unwind early in the evening so that worries and distractions don't keep you from getting a good night's sleep. Finally, create a restful sleep environment – sleep in a cool, quiet, dark room on a comfortable, supportive mattress and foundation – to get your best night's rest. If you're sleeping as much as you need, but still find that you're sleepy during the day, you should consult your doctor to see if you might have a medical condition interfering with your sleep

What's the right amount of sleep?

It differs for every person. Some people may need as much as 10 hours a night and others need much less. The average person needs 7-8 hours a night. If you find yourself sleepy during the day, you probably need more sleep at night. Or if you sleep longer on the weekends than during the week, you probably need more sleep during the week.

Is there a problem with falling asleep on the sofa watching television, not falling asleep in bed?

If you regularly fall asleep on your sofa, you may not be getting as much sleep as you need at night in your bed. Or maybe your sofa is more comfortable than your bed! In either case, you should make sure to practice good sleep habits – from sleeping on a comfortable, supportive mattress to not drinking alcohol too close to bedtime. And try to get more sleep – it may change how you feel during the day. Check out the Better Sleep Guide for tips on how to get a better night's sleep.

What if there's no time for sleep?

Sleep needs to be a health priority. It affects every aspect of your day-to-day living. Your waking function is directly impacted by your sleep quality and quantity. Sleep deprivation as a result of not allowing enough time for sleep, is like functioning in a drunken state. In the end the hours you think you are saving by not sleeping, are rarely productive. Your are far better off getting at least 7- 8 hours of sleep. Your daytime productivity and efficiency will far outweigh any loss of time because you where sleeping.

Can people make up for lost sleep during the week by sleeping in on weekends?

No. If you sleep more on the weekends than during the week – and many of us do – this indicates that you have a "sleep debt." A sleep debt accumulates when you don't get enough sleep. The only way to reduce the debt is to sleep as much as your body needs every night. Make sure you're getting the right quality of sleep as well. Sleep in a cool, dark, quiet room on a comfortable, supportive mattress to get your best night's sleep.

What treatment options are there, if I have Sleep Apnea?

Treatment options for sleep apnea, include CPAP, oral appliances and surgery. The most common treatment is CPAP, which requires a CPAP device that sits on your nightstand, that is attached to tubing and an interface that fits over your nose or mouth, pushing air into you lungs. Oral appliances are dental devices that are custom made that help keep the airway open. Surgery is complex but works for patients that are not able to tolerate CPAP.
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Zeeba Sleep Center treats all sleep disorders including sleep apnea, insomnia, restless legs, and narcolepsy. Call (702) 242-1562 to schedule an appointment. Sleep disorders are a normally covered medical benefit under almost all insurance plans.
Why Choose Zeeba Sleep Center?
Not all sleep centers are created equal. A sleep disorder usually requires ongoing management and support. It is essential to choose a facility that is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and have board-certified sleep physicians providing comprehensive sleep diagnostic and treatment services. A sleep study is only one component of diagnosing and managing sleep disorders. A comprehensive sleep-focused approach is required to successfully diagnose and manage sleep disorders. Zeeba Sleep Center is committed to providing this level of service to its patients in a comfortable, professional environment. Get treated right the first time: Choose Zeeba Sleep Center.