Approximately 70 million people suffer each day from sleep disorders within the United States.
At SleepMedRx, we are a nationwide network of sleep physicians and advanced practitioners providing you access to cost effective consultation, testing and treatment for sleep disorders.
SleepMedRx provides you access to cost effective consultation and testing for sleep disorders in the comfort of your own home using any electronic device with video capabilities.find a physician in your state
As a healthcare provider you recognize the importance of sleep health, getting sleep consultation, testing and treatment can be a long expensive journey for patients. Our state of the art platform offers a simple and cost effective way for your patients to get to better sleep.learn more
"Apnea" means not breathing. If you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), you may stop breathing for short periods of time while sleeping. Even when you are trying to breathe, there may be little or no airflow into the lungs. These pauses in airflow (apneas) can occur intermittently during sleep, and cause you to wake up from a sound sleep. Frequent apneas can cause many problems. With time, if not treated, serious health problems may develop.learn more
Cell phones, tablets, computers, flat screen tv’s…...everywhere we look, we are connected to technology and screens. So what, this is how we live in 2020 is probably a common response. While we are connected to screens, it is important to understand the impacts they could behaving on your own and your children's sleep quality.
One of the most talked about drugs within the sleep industry is caffeine and how it impacts sleep. While some people don’t think caffeine impacts their sleep others know they can’t sleep if they have caffeine after a certain time of day. Everyone handles caffeine differently.
Let’s try and break down why sleep apnea can be so detrimental to your health...
Feeling overly stressed in 2020? You are not alone. As we navigate this unprecedented year, we have 3 events that happened over the past 100+ years combined into one: 1918 Spanish Flu, Great Depression, and the Civil Rights movement of the 1960's. People are dealing with uncertainty like they have never had to deal with before and stress is high.