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ACMC-Marshall Sleep Center

ACMC-Marshall Sleep Center
1420 E. College Dr.,
Suite 800
Phone: (507) 532-1123
Open Mon. to Fri., 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. with occasional Sunday nights as needed.

Sleep Center staff are available to answer patients' questions by phone at (800) 888-1426 or (507) 532-1123.

Providing testing, diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders for adults and children 13 years and older. ACMC-Marshall's Sleep Center is a newly constructed sleep lab managed by Hypnos Sleep Wellness, P.C., established by Dr. Rizan Hajal, a visiting specialist with ACMC.

What is a sleep study?

A sleep study can help diagnose sleep disorders such as sleep apnea and sleep-related movement disorder.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common type of sleep apnea. Typically occurring in people who snore, sleep apnea results from obstruction of the upper airway, most often at the base of the tongue. Sleep apnea can cause numerous arousals from sleep during the night, resulting in excessive fatigue or sleepiness during the day.

Insomnia is defined as short and poor quality sleep that affects your functioning during the day. A variety of psychological and physiological factors can cause insomnia. The disorder may be worsened by consuming alcohol, stimulants such as caffeine or amphetamines, or by certain drugs or medications.

Movement Disorders
Periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD) and restless leg syndrome (RLS) are two common movement disorders. PLMD involves repetitive movements of the arms, legs, or both during sleep. RLS involves an irresistible urge to move and affects people while they are awake.

What to expect at the ACMC-Marshall Sleep Center:

  • Two queen size private sleep rooms with Select Comfort Sleep Number beds
  • Tests are administered by a Registered Polysomnography Technician (PSGT)
  • During an overnight sleep study we will monitor information from your brain waves, eye movement, heartbeat, breathing, oxygen level, respiratory effort and muscle activity. This is done in a non-intrusive manner that is conducive
    to sleep.
  • The Sleep Center is nationally accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine