Sleep Apnea Solutions and At Home Sleep Testing Info from Dr. Michael Gelb

Dr. Michael Gelb, of The Gelb Center in White Plains and NYC

Dr. Michael Gelb, of The Gelb Center in White Plains and NYC

Recent reports say that sleep deprivation and snoring increase inflammation in the body and can lead to heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, obesity, hypertension, cholesterol disorders and early aging. At The Gelb Center, a simple diagnosis of breathing related sleep disorders can be made through home sleep testing. Efficient diagnosis and treatment can lead to reduced health risk and, if snoring is the problem, a better relationship with one’s sleep partner.

The Gelb Center offers two affordable, patient-friendly systems to screen, assess and diagnose sleep problems. The Watch-PAT200 system is worn on the wrist and uses a finger mounted probe to measure signals. Recorded signals are stored in a removable memory card and later downloaded to a computer for analysis.

The Apnea Risk Evaluation System (ARES) is a small, sleep-wearable, wireless physiological recorder that’s worn on the forehead. It stores up to four nights of nocturnal data and measures a number of important indicators that assist in diagnosing and establishing treatment protocols for patients. Both systems help doctors at The Gelb Center to successfully treat potentially dangerous sleep problems and restore peace and quiet to the bedroom.

The Gelb Center is located at 12 Old Mamaroneck Road, Suite 1C in White Plains, NY and at 635 Madison Avenue, 19th floor, in New York, NY.  For more information, visit http://www.gelbcenter.com or call 914.686.4528.

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