At the Morris Hospital Sleep Center, patients undergo a variety of non-invasive sleep exams that enable physicians to monitor the activity in the body and brain during sleep. Specific sleep exams conducted at the sleep center include diagnostic sleep studies, continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) titration studies, bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP) studies, maintenance of wakefulness tests, multiple sleep latency tests and polysomnograms. These tests allow physicians to measure brain waves, oxygen levels, heart rate, breathing, eye movements, leg movements, airflow pressure, alertness during the daytime, quickness in falling asleep and other indicators that help identify a sleep disorder and its cause.
A board-certified sleep medicine physician and neurologist, Dr. Peter Analytis reads and interprets sleep studies in order to diagnose and treat sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, sleep walking and all other sleep disorders. He has been a practicing neurologist and sleep medicine physician for 32 years.