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Formal studies have demonstrated that more than 25 percent of adults have occasional or frequent complaints about sleep. Sleep is a very important part of the life cycle and can either enhance or adversely affect a person's health and well-being.
Because sleep disorders do not occur during the wake hours, they are among the most difficult disorders to diagnose.

Some of the more serious symptoms of sleep disorders include: lound snoring, excessive daytime sleepiness, falling asleep while driving or otherwise inappropriately, nighttime chest pain and hypertension. It is well documented that more people die in the early morning hours than any other time of the day, presumably with some association to sleep.

In addition to influencing mortality, sleep disorders have an enormous impact on quality of life. The medical, social economic toll of sleep disorders is staggering. The specialists at San Antonio Sleep Centers recognize the need for early diagnosis and treatment of sleep-related illness, which can affect a person's health and ability to function normally.