About the Sleep Center
927 Churchill Street West
Stillwater, MN 55082
9:00 am to 8:00 pm.
The Sleep Center Guide
The Lakeview Sleep Center is here to help you get your quality of sleep and life back. Our experienced staff is trained and equipped to see almost any kind of adult sleep problem, including snoring/obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, restless leg syndrome, REM sleep behavior disorder, sleep problems related to shift workers, teeth grinding, sleepwalking, nightmares, and leg cramping.
Care and testing is provided by our team of:
- Certified Sleep Physicians
- Registered Sleep Technologists
What to Expect
The Sleep Center of Lakeview, located at Lakeview Hospital in Stillwater, offers comprehensive testing for sleep disorders. The sleep study evaluates the amount and quality of your sleep. The test is performed at Lakeview Hospital during normal sleep hours. In preparation for the test, a sleep disorders technologist places sensors on your head, chest and legs. While you are sleeping in comfortable, homelike surroundings, the specialist monitors your sleep.
State-of-the-Art Testing Techniques
Sleep Studies—also called polysomnograms or PSGs. This test records your physical state during various states of sleep and wakefulness. It provides data that is essential in evaluating sleep and sleep-related complications. PSG can include monitoring of extended EEG (brain waves), oxygen saturations, airflow, abdominal and chest wall movements. During this test, you may be fitted with a special breathing mask or equipment to help improve your sleep condition.
Multiple Sleep Latency Tests—measure how long it takes to fall asleep and monitor sleep patterns through a series of naps. This test requires an overnight stay, followed by a series of naps throughout the next day.
Maintenance of Wakefulness Tests—patients are instructed to sit quietly and remain awake for a period of time. This test is performed to asses a person's ability to stay awake.
After careful analysis of your personal history and sleep test results, our sleep health team provides you with a follow-up plan of care. We’ll work with you to determine the best course of treatment and management of your condition.
Treatment options may include home equipment, such as CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) equipment, medication, lifestyle and behavioral therapy, or counseling. Lakeview Sleep Center offers on-site maintenance of sleep apnea equipment at the Stillwater Medical Group Main Campus.
Lakeview Sleep Center offers on-site maintenance of sleep apnea equipment at the Stillwater Medical Group Main Campus. For replacement CPAP and BiPAP supplies, call Lakeview Health-HealthPartners Home Medical at 651-523-8440.
A general guideline for replacing your supplies is as follows:
Mask: Replace every 6-12 months
Tubing: Replace every 6 months
Filters: Replace monthly
Water Chamber: Replace every 6 months
Sleep Apnea Guide