Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition that can affect a person’s health beyond just making them feel tired, including increasing the risk of stroke, heart disease, and high blood pressure. Click here to learn more.
Despite popular wisdom, being able to “sleep anywhere” may be a sign of sleep apnea. Many people struggle with sleep apnea without knowing it—are you one of them? Learn more about how our sleep testing services can help.
We are committed to providing accessible sleep testing services to our area, which is why the Cedar Valley Sleep Center is an in-network provider for most local employers. To find out more, click below.
Until the last thirty years, the relationship between a person’s sleep habits and their health status was relatively unknown among the medical community. The beginning of sleep studies in the 1980s began to unlock this mystery, and today we know that how you sleep can dramatically affect your quality of life, including the health of your vital organs and your ability to undertake daily activities.
At the Cedar Valley Sleep Center in Waterloo, Iowa, we are committed to helping patients live better through healthier sleep. The first step in that process is our complete, noninvasive sleep test, which monitors the patient’s sleep patterns and helps us identify potential issues so the patient and his or her primary provider can develop an individualized treatment plan. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about how our sleep testing services shed light on sleep disorders.Read More
We are an independent diagnostic testing facility conveniently located on West Ridgeway Avenue in Waterloo, Iowa. Because we are not hospital-affiliated, our testing services are often less expensive than other providers, and we provide a home-like atmosphere to put you at ease during testing.
To schedule your sleep diagnostic test, call (319) 505-2896 or click below to contact us today!Patient Portal
The Cedar Valley Sleep Center offers diagnostic testing services for some of the most common sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome (RLS), periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD), and REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD). Keep reading to learn more about some of the common sleep disorders we test for.
According to the American Sleep Apnea Association, sleep apnea is a condition that currently affects an estimated 22 million...
Our brains regulate when we go to sleep, helping us to stay awake during the day and other periods...
People with restless legs syndrome (RLS) cannot control the movement of their legs, often experiencing an uncontrollable desire to...