East Norwalk, Connecticut

Sleep Disorders Center of Connecticut

Sleep is a Necessity. Not a Luxury.

Sleep Disorders Center of Connecticut

83 East Avenue, Suite 300
Norwalk, CT 06851
203-939-9688
Sleep Disorders Center of Connecticut, Sleep Disorders, Health and Beauty, Norwalk, Connecticut

A good night’s sleep doesn’t just make you feel great—it’s also an important factor in your overall quality of life. If you’re struggling to get your Z’s, Sleep Disorders Center of Connecticut can help. With locations in Milford and Norwalk, this full-service sleep center helps adults and children age seven and up overcome difficulties sleeping. Whether you suffer from sleep apnea or any other sleep disorder or are coping with unexplained fatigue, depression, loss of drive, mood swings, low sex drive, etc. these professionals have the tools and expertise to help.

With an accreditation from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Sleep Disorders Center of Connecticut offers cutting-edge solutions for sleep and wakefulness disorders. Their certified physicians are all board-certified in sleep medicine, and the facility is supported by a compassionate staff who puts patient satisfaction first. Using a range of innovative technology and treatment options, they can diagnose and treat a range of problems, from insomnia and narcolepsy to snoring, restless leg syndrome, and more. Their prompt sleep tests can produce reports within 72 hours—allowing you to pinpoint the cause of your fatigue and start treatment as soon as possible.

If you find yourself struggling in your daily life due to insufficient or poor-quality sleep, there’s no reason to continue suffering. At Sleep Disorders Center of Connecticut you can enjoy prompt, confidential service in state-of-the-art facilities. Visit their website to find out more about their comprehensive services and location details. Ready to set up a consultation? Call their Norwalk, CT, office directly at (203) 939-9688 to set up an appointment—and prepare for a happier and healthier future. Interested in visiting the sleep center in Milford? Call (203) 301-4349 to speak with a sleep specialist today.

Announcements & Events from Sleep Disorders Center of Connecticut
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