Chicago IL, 10-NOVEMBER-2014 – The Center for Sleep Medicine is pleased to announce that the center offers various state-of-the-art techniques and solutions for sleep disorders. The Chicago sleep medicine center is part of the largest network in the state of Illinois and is well known for the quality of service that is offered to area patients. Being unable to obtain enough restful sleep is a disorder that has various causes, and the solutions are tailored to fit the specific patient.


Chicago IL, 10-NOVEMBER-2014 – The Center for Sleep Medicine is pleased to announce that the center offers various state-of-the-art techniques and solutions for sleep disorders. The Chicago sleep medicine center is part of the largest network in the state of Illinois and is well known for the quality of service that is offered to area patients. Being unable to obtain enough restful sleep is a disorder that has various causes, and the solutions are tailored to fit the specific patient.

Some of the disorders which come under the sleep medicine subheading of sleep disorders include insomnia, nightmares, night eating, CPAP adherence, sleep or nighttime related fears and anxiety, circadian rhythm disorders and pediatric insomnia. Circadian Rhythm disorders include shift work disorder and delayed sleep phase syndrome. In each case the focus of the sleep center is always on sleep-related positive outcomes. Patients are enabled to fall asleep faster, decrease the number of nighttime awakenings, reduce the frequency of nightmares, increase sleep time or reduce dependence on sleep medications.

Therapy begins with an initial evaluation and usually requires three to six visits for progress in reducing the symptoms to be noted. Behavioral Sleep Medicine (BSM) is research supported and non-pharmacological therapy for sleep disorders. The therapy is suitable for age groups from six months to older adults. The services are provided by licensed clinical psychologists who are trained and board-certified in the field.

There are many other types of sleep problems which can be addressed by the knowledgeable staff associated with the center. The specific methods are designed to fit the needs of a specific patient.

Learn more about behavioral and other sleep disorders by paying a visit to the web pages at http://www.sleepmedcenter.com today. Members of the press and those who have further questions about this press notice are invited to contact the Center for Sleep Medicine at any of the six centers in the Chicago area.

Company Name: The Center for Sleep Medicine
Address: 900 Technology Way, Suite 120, Libertyville, IL 60048
Contact Telephone Number: (847) 231-4721
Contact Fax Number: (847) 231-4722
Email: info@sleepmedcenter.com
Website: http://www.sleepmedcenter.com