Sleep Medicine Services
Sleep medicine consultation and follow up via video visit.
Description: Consultation and recommendations for common sleep problems such as insomnia, snoring, obstructive sleep apnea, daytime sleepiness, irregular sleep wake cycles or shift work, narcolepsy, restless sleep, acting out dreams, sleep health, and others. Referrals to other specialty providers (e.g., sleep psychologist, ENT, neurology, and others) or further assessment/testing may be recommended as needed.
Contact one of the Intermountain Sleep Center locations.
Sleep is one of the most important health behaviors for optimal immune function, mental and physical health, and quality of life.
The CDC and American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) recommends 7 or more hours of sleep for adults, 8-10 hours for teens, 9-12 hours for school age children, 10-13 hours for preschoolers (including naps), and 11-14 hours for toddlers (including naps) in a 24 hour period.
Sleep Blog Topics
- Find a variety of information on sleep medicine topics
Additional websites with more sleep information
Books on sleep
- Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker is great for those wanting to know (a lot) more about sleep
- Snooze or Lose by Helene Emsellem is a great sleep resource for parents and teens.
- Books on Insomnia:
- Goodnight Mind by Colleen Carney and Rachel Manber and
- No More Sleepless Nights by Peter Hauri are great resources for those with insomnia.
Helpful relaxation apps for bedtime or daytime mindfulness practice
- Insight Timer