The Central Kentucky Sleep Center provides treatment for a broad spectrum of sleep disorders of people ages 12 years and up:

  • Hypersomnia — increase of at least 25% in total sleeping time that continues for more than a few days.

  • Insomnia — inability to sleep and/or to be incapable of remaining asleep for a reasonable period.

  • Narcolepsy — sleep disorder that causes overwhelming and severe daytime sleepiness that often occurs at inappropriate times and places.

  • Nocturnal Parasomnia — a broad term used to describe various uncommon disruptive sleep-related disorders. Common parasomnias include sleepwalking, sleep talking, sleep terrors, nightmares, and teeth grinding.

  • Periodic Limb Movement Disorder (PLMD) — repetitive cramping or jerking of the legs during sleep.

  • Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) — disorder of the part of the nervous system that affects movements of the legs.

  • Shift Workers — malfunctioning of a person’s circadian system, or biological clock, causes circadian rhythm disorders.

  • Sleep Apnea — condition in which a person repeatedly stops breathing (apnea), or experiences shallow breathing (hypopnea) for short periods of time during sleep.