Now offering sleep studies in your homeWhen Allen was offered a home sleep study, he jumped at the chance. All he had to do was follow the easy setup instructions and go to sleep. The next day he brought the equipment back for a diagnosis. It was that easy.
See the rest of Allen's story and learn more about home sleep studies and find out if you qualify.
No more sleepless nightsChris's loud snoring woke him up repeatedly the night. Lack of sleep made his work days miserable. A sleep study at Fairview Sleep Centers showed Chris had sleep apnea. Now a CPAP machine keeps him sound asleep at night and smiling all day long. Read the rest of Chris' story.
Do you find it hard to make it through the day without nodding off? We can help! Call for an appointment today.
Enjoy your life againMaryAnn struggled for years with the physical and emotional effects of untreated sleep apnea. A visit to a Fairview Sleep Center helped treat her apnea and regain her zest for life. Read the rest of MaryAnn's story.
If sleep problems leave you too tired to enjoy life, our sleep specialists can help. Call for an appointment today.
Get more energy from better sleepDeanne went from constant drowsiness and napping in her car to living a fuller, more energetic life. She met with our sleep medicine providers who diagnosed her with Ideopathic Hypersomnia. Read the rest of Deanne's story and learn more about this unique sleep condition.
Our sleep experts will work with you to help you get the sleep you need. Call for an appointment today!
Better sleep means better health
At Fairview Sleep Centers, we believe healthy sleep is essential for a healthy life. We all need sleep to be physically and mentally healthy, just as we need air, food and water to survive. Sleep disorders can keep you tossing and turning all night, leaving you feeling tired the next day.
Fairview’s sleep specialists offer sleep consultations and studies at five locations in the Twin Cities metro. We treat disorders ranging from the very common to the most complex, including:
Our specialists work together to solve your sleep problems
- Our sleep providers specialize in family, internal and pulmonary medicine, neurology, otolaryngology and psychology
- We work with other providers to manage pediatric and adult patients
- We work with the University of Minnesota and other researchers to find solutions to sleep problems
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Fairview Sleep Centers patients share their stories
Better sleep changed their lives for the better.
Like many people with sleep problems, I tried to ignore them. I probably had sleep apnea for 15 to 20 years, before I was forced to do something about it. Untreated sleep apnea interrupted my breathing dozens of times a night, and, as a result, I woke up each day feeling exhausted. Read MaryAnn's story.
A snoring problem led Chris to an overnight sleep study and better sleep
My name is Christopher Fellows. I’m 26 years old, married, and live in Princeton, Minn., where I work as a service center manager. I had a really bad snoring problem, and I never felt rested. I was snoring loud enough to wake myself up at night, and I was waking my wife up, too. I was only sleeping two or three hours a night. In the morning I was so tired that the entire day was a struggle. Read Chris's story.
A rare sleep disorder left Deanne drowsy all the time
My name is Deanne Nelson, and I’m from Shakopee. I have a condition called idiopathic hypersomnia with long sleep time, a disorder that causes excessive drowsiness.The illness is puzzling and frustrating, as the cause is unknown. An overnight sleep study in a Fairview Sleep Center helped diagnose my condition. Read Deanne's story.
A home sleep study helped Allen feel a lot better
My name is Allen Arseneault. I’m 36 years old and I live in Blaine with my wife and two very active sons. Before I did a home sleep study, I felt miserable all the time. I was always tired. The sleep study showed that I have severe sleep apnea. They prescribed a continuous positive airway pressure machine that same day and showed me how to use it. Read Allen's story.