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WellSpan Sleep Disorders Centers

WellSpan Sleep Disorders Centers


Some of the common sleep problems we diagnose and treat:


A persistent inability to fall asleep or stay asleep. You might have insomnia if you:

  • Have difficulty falling asleep
  • Find thoughts race through your mind that keep you from sleeping
  • Wake during the night and have trouble falling back to sleep or wake earlier than you want to
  • Sleep better on weekends or in a bed other than your own

Sleep Apnea

A disorder causing you to stop breathing properly during sleep. You might have sleep apnea if you:

  • Snore
  • Wake up gasping for air
  • Have been told you stop breathing while sleeping
  • Feel tired or sleepy even when you have slept through the night
  • Have high blood pressure


A chronic disorder characterized by uncontrollable sleep attacks during the day. You might have narcolepsy if you:

  • Feel like you're going limp when you are angry or surprised
  • Experience vivid dream-like scenes upon falling asleep or awakening
  • Fall asleep sometimes no matter how hard you try to stay awake
  • Feel unable to move when waking or falling asleep

Restless Leg Syndrome

A disorder characterized by pain or crawling sensations in the legs while falling asleep or leg movement during sleep. You might have restless leg syndrome if you:

  • Kick at night
  • Have "crawling" sensations in your legs
  • Get leg cramps that keep you awake or awaken you at night
  • Wake up with sore or stiff muscles  

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