Snore no more! At HealthEast Sleep Care, we monitor, diagnose and suggest treatment for a variety of sleep disorders to help patients improve their health and quality of life. If you’ve been dreaming of a good night’s sleep, take the Sleep Quiz now to get started.
The National Institutes of Health estimate there are more than 70 different sleep-related disorders. Some are simply a nuisance. Others deprive people of energy, judgment and concentration.
At HealthEast Sleep Care, we monitor, diagnose and suggest treatment for a variety of sleep disorders to help patients improve their health and quality of life. We are accredited through the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Contact HealthEast Sleep Care
Business hours are 8:30 am to 5 pm
Are you suffering from a sleep disorder?
Take our Sleep Quiz to help determine if you are at risk and need further evaluation.
Patients are generally referred to Sleep Care by their primary doctor.
Take the quiz
Pre-register for your procedure
Complete a pre-registration form before your outpatient procedure at any of the locations at right. You can either fill out the form below or call HealthEast Pre-registration at 651-232-5855.
For procedures at:
HealthEast Heart Care
HealthEast Optimum Rehabilitation
HealthEast Pain Center
HealthEast Sleep Care
HealthEast Vascular Center
St. John's Hospital
St. Joseph's Hospital
Woodwinds Health Campus
SLEEP CARE STAFF
HealthEast Sleep Care is led by doctors with extensive medical backgrounds in Sleep Medicine, along with experienced polysomnography technicians. In addition, a team of specialists, including neurologists and psychologists, participates in the diagnosis and treatment of certain conditions.
A sampling of sleep disorders
- Sleep apnea is a condition in which breathing stops for a period of time, ranging from a few seconds to a couple of minutes. When it becomes severe it can lead to a heart attack or stroke.
- Hypersomnia is an excessive need for sleep, either continuous or intermittent, usually more than 12 hours a night.
- Narcolepsy, a form of hypersomnia, refers to uncontrollable attacks of daytime sleep, often resulting in hallucinations, muscle weakness or body collapse.
- Insomnia can manifest itself as difficulty falling asleep, frequent waking during the night, or an inability to fall asleep again after waking.
- Night terrors cause an individual to wake suddenly, sit up, open his/her eyes, scream, moan or cry. Night terrors can last as long as a half hour, after which a person returns to sleep. Unlike nightmares, which are often remembered the next morning, night terrors usually are not.
HealthEast Sleep Care
We've have been helping patients find more restful sleep since 1981, when a sleep center opened at St. Joseph's Hospital. Today, HealthEast Sleep Care is available at these locations
Eagan Place Professional Building
1215 Town Centre Drive, Suite 320
Eagan, MN 55123
Kennard Professional Building
3100 Kennard St, Suite 220
Maplewood, MN 55109