Trusted Sleep Disorder Specialists


Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorder Center is your reliable partner in overcoming sleep-related problems. Work with us today, and let us help you take the first step toward sleeping better. We serve clients in Auburn, AL and surrounding areas.

How We Can Help You

Sleep Disorder Overview and Education

We believe that knowledge is the key to dealing with sleep concerns. For your benefit, we offer helpful information about the various risks and causes of sleep disorders. We also have a blog that features articles on sleep apnea.

Health and Wellness Programs

Our doctors provide practical health strategies for different sleep problems. To ensure that our programs fit your individual needs, we personalize our approach on a client-to-client basis.

In-Lab Diagnostics and Self-Assessment Tools

For professional sleep problem diagnosis, schedule an appointment today. Our services include sleep disorder and sleep apnea testing. We also offer convenient home sleep tests.

Treatment Options and Support

We use integrated healthcare management to treat sleep disorders properly. After we diagnose your condition, our team will work together to determine the best treatment option for you.

Blog

June’s EYE ON HEART HEALTH: Links for sleep and cardiac health news

June 30, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

For June 2018  THE FOLLOWING RECENT NEWS LINKS SHOW THE CONTINUED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SLEEP HEALTH AND HEART HEALTH June 26, 2018 || THE SUN A bad night of sleep increases that risk of heart problems that are linked as a major cause of strokes  From the article: “Researchers found that waking up in the middle of the night is linked to a condition where the heartbeat is irregular and abnormally fast.”  June 22, 2018 || HEALIO Targeted ...

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Sundowning and sleep in Alzheimer's disease

June 27, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Sundowning and sleep in Alzheimer's disease

by Tamara Sellman RPSGT CCSH for Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorders Center] If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, you might have noticed their behavior changes at the end of the day. “Sundowning” describes behavior in which a person with Alzheimer’s experiences anxiety, agitation, and confusion later in the afternoon or evening. It can also describe changes in sleepiness at the end of the day: many times, a person who is sundowning ...

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Sleep, memory, learning and Alzheimer's disease

June 24, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Sleep, memory, learning and Alzheimer's disease

[by Tamara Sellman RPSGT CCSH for Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorders Center] Access to memory is one of the most traumatic symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. When loved ones forget the names and faces of people around them, it can be a profound experience not only for those forgotten, but for the person struggling to access these memories. While research continues to wrestle with the disease processes that occur during Alzheimer’s, a few things are ...

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Does sleep change as we age?

June 20, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Does sleep change as we age?

[by Tamara Sellman RPSGT CCSH for Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorders Center] It would seem that senior citizens are a sleepy bunch and their need for naps automatically presumes that older people simply need more sleep. However, aging itself does not determine how much we sleep as adults. In fact, a healthy 80 year old will probably need the same amount of sleep (about 7 to 9 hours a night) as someone 50 years their junior ...

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Fathers can be the champions of naptime

June 17, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Fathers can be the champions of naptime

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Alzheimer's disease and the problem of sleep

June 15, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Alzheimer's disease and the problem of sleep

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Women and Work: Sleep shouldn't be a trade-off

June 13, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Women and Work: Sleep shouldn't be a trade-off

 [by Tamara Sellman RPSGT CCSH for Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorders Center] At this blog, multiple reasons for poor sleep among women have already been addressed, such as untreated sleep disorders, menstrual cycles, pregnancy, and menopause. However, lifestyle decisions with respect to work and family, and other social concerns (domestic violence, divorce, healthcare inequality) top the list of external pressures that can lead to sleep disturbances in women who work outside the home as well as ...

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Menopause & Sleep: Symptoms and Solutions

June 10, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Menopause & Sleep: Symptoms and Solutions

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Three ways new mothers can lose sleep (with solutions)

June 6, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Three ways new mothers can lose sleep (with solutions)

 [by Tamara Sellman RPSGT CCSH for Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorders Center]  So you think you can sleep now that junior is born? Not likely. Three things can prevent a new mama from enjoying sound sleep for quite a few more months: 1.     Nighttime Awakenings 2.     Postpartum Discomfort 3.     Postpartum Insomnia Let's take a closer look. Three ways new mothers can lose sleep (and some solutions) NIGHTTIME AWAKENINGS Baby needs nursing at 2 am. Most ...

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What to expect: Sleep during pregnancy

June 3, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

What to expect: Sleep during pregnancy

[by Tamara Sellman RPSGT CCSH for Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorders Center]  When it comes to the sleep habits of new families, most people think of the sleep deprivation that’s commonly experienced once a new baby is brought into the world. What many don’t realize is that pregnancy can lead to a good many sleep challenges for an expectant mother. The first trimester brings quick changes, including increases in the hormone progesterone in the ...

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