What is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep Apnea is a medical disorder that causes a person to stop breathing for periods of time during sleep.
Risks of Sleep Apnea
• High blood pressure
• Cardiac artery disease
• Motor vehicle accidents
• Heart attack
Decreased quality of life
Benefits of Treatment
• Lower blood pressure
• Decreased risk of heart attack or stroke
• More energy and attentiveness
• Increased effectiveness at work or at home
• Improved overall quality of life
Sleep Studies can be scheduled at our State-of-the-Art Sleep Lab located on the Campus of Grafton City Hospital.
For Information Contact Caitlin Blair, CRT, Sleep Lab Coordinator at