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Laughlin Memorial Sleep Center – Greeneville

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Laughlin Memorial Sleep Center
1420 Tusculum Blvd.
Greeneville, TN 37745
(423) 787-6351
36.1741198
-82.7904331

 
A department of Laughlin Memorial Hospital

The quality of your sleep can affect your enjoyment of life and overall health.

If you feel tired during the day or have other signs of a sleep condition, you might be among the millions of Americans with a sleep problem.

Personalized sleep care

Sleep conditions we treat

Find treatment at Laughlin Memorial Sleep Center for a wide range of sleep conditions, including:

  • Circadian rhythm sleep disorder – trouble going to sleep or waking up at the right time
  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy
  • Nightmares and night terrors
  • Periodic limb movement disorder – frequent body movements that prevent sleep
  • REM behavior disorders – acting out dreams during sleep
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Sleep apnea
  • Sleepwalking
  • Snoring

Greeneville sleep services and treatments

Our sleep experts can help you with these services:

  • CPAP (continuous positive air pressure) – management and follow-up
  • Home sleep testing  – in the comfort of your home, depending on your insurance
  • Sleep studies – in-lab sleep diagnostic testing
  • Positive airway pressure nap – a short, daytime sleep study to help you get used to the equipment used to treat a sleep condition
  • Sleep disorder consultations – with board-certified sleep physicians and supervised sleep clinicians

Breathing conditions, such as snoring and sleep apnea, can make it hard for you to sleep.

If you have one of these conditions, your doctor might also recommend respiratory care services at Ballad Health.

Why do I need a sleep study?

Your physician might order an outpatient medical test called a polysomnogram, commonly referred to as an overnight sleep study.

During a sleep study, trained lab technicians will monitor your sleep patterns.

The reasons for ordering this test can include:

  • You snore loudly.
  • You or others have observed you stop breathing or gasp for breath during sleep.
  • You feel sleepy or doze off while watching TV, reading, driving or engaging in daily activities.
  • You feel unpleasant, tingling, creeping feelings or nervousness in your legs when trying to sleep.
  • You have difficulty sleeping three or more nights a week (e.g. trouble falling asleep, waking frequently during the night, waking too early and unable to go back to sleep or waking unrefreshed).
  • You experience interruptions to your sleep (e.g. nighttime heartburn, bad dreams, pain, discomfort, noise, sleep difficulties of family members, light or temperature).

Overnight sleep study

Take advantage of seven days a week, day or night sleep study scheduling.

Contact us for the care you need to rest better

You can trust our team to help you rest easier.

Call the Laughlin Memorial Sleep Center in Greeneville, Tennessee at (423) 787-6351.

Ballad Health has sleep evaluation centers across the Tri-Cities region. Find a sleep center near you.

 

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Friday, July 10, 2020

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Friday, June 26, 2020

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What's New

Friday, July 10, 2020

Health officials issue concern, urge precautions as regional COVID-19 cases rapidly increase

With 94 new cases reported in 21 counties of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, officials with Ballad Health are warning community members ... read more about Health officials issue concern, urge precautions as regional COVID-19 cases rapidly increase.

Friday, June 26, 2020

Ballad Health, ETSU partner to launch Strong BRAIN Institute to study adverse childhood experiences

Ballad Health and East Tennessee State University announced Friday a new partnership that will establish a first-of-its-kind institute to promote the awareness and empirical study of adverse childh ... read more about Ballad Health, ETSU partner to launch Strong BRAIN Institute to study adverse childhood experiences.

Monday, June 22, 2020

Ballad Health urges caution in COVID-19 pandemic, emphasizes the continued risks

More than three months ago, the first case of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) was diagnosed in the Appalachian Highlands. ... read more about Ballad Health urges caution in COVID-19 pandemic, emphasizes the continued risks.