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As many as
0%
working americans

are sleep deprived due to insomnia.


Insomnia occurs when your brain is unable to stop being awake, but it is important to understand what is causing these sleep difficulties.


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There Are
0
Million americans

Suffering from Restless Leg Syndrome


RLS is an overwhelming and unpleasant urge to move the legs while at rest, typically most severe in the evening and can disrupt sleep and daily life.


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There Are
0
MILLION american

adults that suffer from snoring and sleep apnea


OSA occurs when you stop breathing at night for at least 10 seconds. This leads to disrupted sleep and oxygen deprivation which can cause high blood pressure, heart disease, and memory problems.


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You Are
0x's
To be involved

in a traffic accident with undiagnosed sleep apnea


Many people with sleep disorders remain untreated. A common side effect of sleep apnea is severe daytime sleepiness. Drowsy driving accidents result in at least 100,000 motor-vehicle crashes and more than 1,500 deaths per year.


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As many as
0%
working americans

are sleep deprived due to insomnia.


Insomnia occurs when your brain is unable to stop being awake, but it is important to understand what is causing these sleep difficulties.

Learn More
There Are
0
Million americans

Suffering from Restless Leg Syndrome


RLS is an overwhelming and unpleasant urge to move the legs while at rest, typically most severe in the evening and can disrupt sleep and daily life.

Learn More
There Are
0
MILLION americans

adults that suffer from snoring and sleep apnea


OSP occurs when you stop breathing at night for at least 10 seconds. This leads to disrupted sleep and oxygen deprivation which can cause high blood pressure, heart disease, and memory problems.

Learn More
You Are
0x's
To be involved

in a traffic accident with undiagnosed sleep apnea

Many people with sleep disorders remain untreated. A common side effect of sleep apnea is severe daytime sleepiness. Drowsy driving accidents result in at least 100,000 motor-vehicle crashes and more than 1,500 deaths per year.

Learn More

About Us

We get it. Your quality of sleep takes a back seat to all of life’s demands. The next thing you know, you haven’t slept well in so many years, you have forgotten what it feels like to be well rested. At Texas Sleep Docs, we want to challenge you take back your sleep and observe how productive you can be throughout your day.

We believe that there are three foundational aspects to a productive and healthy life: Nutrition, Exercise and Sleep. There are many specialists in nutrition and exercise but not as many professionals focus on quality of sleep. We know that if you can increase your quality of sleep you will have more energy for exercise and choose healthier food options (not to mention you will be in a better mood).

Texas Sleep Docs is a physician-lead Sleep Medicine practice that is supported by a talented team with a passion for helping patients obtain healthy sleep. We understand that sleep disorders do not discriminate and can be found in young, old, male, female, small and large body types. This also means that there is not a “one size fits all” style of treatment. Our providers are sleep specialists with a combined knowledge of over 40 years of experience, and the Medical Director is Board Certified in Sleep Medicine.



Sleep Medicine + Telemedicine


We understand. It can be difficult to drive and wait for your doctor appointment.


You end up pushing off the recommendation to see a sleep doctor because of your demanding schedule or maybe it’s a long drive.

The potential health hazards of pushing these appointments off are NOT worth it! We have worked diligently to develop a program that will deliver the healthcare that you need. Whether you have a 30 minute window between meetings or during the time when your little ones are taking a nap, our telemedicine platform allows you to see our providers while keeping to your busy schedule.


 
 

Good Sleep = Good Health


Did you know that underlying sleep disorders can be responsible for Type II Diabetes, Stroke, Heart Attacks, High Blood Pressure, and car crashes?


Even memory problems can be linked to poor sleeping habits, yet many patients are treated at the symptom level, rather than looking into possible sleep patterns that caused these issues in the first place!
Our providers have over 40 years of experience in Sleep Medicine, and our Medical Director is Board Certified in Sleep Medicine. We CAN help you obtain healthy sleeping habits.



Technology & Compliance


Did you know that there are over 80 different sleep disorders?


The most frequent disorder we diagnosis is Sleep Apnea, followed by Insomnia. Sleep Apnea means that you stop breathing while you are asleep. The gold standard treatment for Sleep Apnea is a CPAP machine.
After you have been diagnosed with Sleep Apnea and have chosen CPAP therapy, we want to make sure you don’t put it away in your closet after a few months of trying it. We utilize brands that allow us to see how your treatment is working via cloud-based systems. Data from your CPAP machine uses cellular data to send this information to us and we are able evaluate your therapy on a continual basis. We can also change your settings remotely and save a trip!


 

Ready to take control of your sleep?

We want to help you. If you are ready to take a stand against poor sleep habits stealing your days away, then sign up today to become a patient. Our online registration and forms allow you to expedite your appointment with our sleep specialists. After you sign up, we will send you a user name and password to complete your registration and schedule your appointment.



Want to know more?


There are many articles and research studies about sleep disorders and we picked some of our favorite and most popular articles and videos to share with you.

Feel free to pass this information around as most sleep disorders are undiagnosed.


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