The Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Sleep Disorders Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. We diagnosis and treat a wide variety of sleep disorders in patients ages from age 5 years and older. Since people spend approximately one-third of their life sleeping, it is imperative to have quality sleep to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Using state-of-the-art computerized recording equipment, WDH's Sleep Disorders Center monitors: sleep, breathing patterns, heart rate, eye movement, muscle tone, brain wave activity and oxygen flow. Measuring these results helps the staff to determine the proper treatment.
Common sleep disorders include:
Insomnia (difficulty falling asleep)
Sleep apnea (a life threatening disorder that causes you to stop breathing during sleep)
Narcolepsy (sudden sleep attacks and persistent sleepiness)
Restless syndrome and parasomnias (abnormal and recurrent nighttime behaviors such as night terrors and sleepwalking
Treatments vary based on diagnosis
For more information, please call (603) 740-6598. The Sleep Disorders Center is located on the third floor closest to the South Entrance - use elevators 8 & 9. Appointments are available between 7 and 9 p.m. To make an appointment, please contact your Sleep or Primary Care Physician.
What to Expect for your Sleep Study
Good Sleep Tips
American Sleep Apnea Association
Talk About Sleep - a website to help you gain knowledge and support
For appointments, contact Centralized Scheduling at (603) 740-2671 or fax (603) 740-2398.
Stop Bang Questionnaire
Direct Referral form