11 Mareblu, Ste 200, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

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Sleep Better, Live Better.

​At Ocean Sleep Medicine we are committed to helping patients understand and manage their sleep disorders. Our comprehensive approach to care uses the latest technology, equipment and techniques to centralize each stage on the road to recovery - from diagnosis to selecting treatment to follow up and reassessment. We treat a variety of sleep disorders including but not limited to the following. 
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Snoring
  • Insomnia
  • Restless Legs Syndrome
  • Narcolepsy
  • Hypersomnia
  • Parasomnias and REM Sleep Behavior
  • Problem with CPAP
  • Shift Work Sleep Disorder
  • Sleep Walking
  • Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT)
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You may have a sleep disorder if:

  • You awake after seven to eight hours of sleep feeling unrefreshed.

  • You spontaneously fallen asleep during meetings or social events.

  • You’ve gotten a creepy, crawly sensation in your legs, while falling asleep or have leg jerks during the night.

  • You found that your bed partner has vanished sometime in the night because of your *snoring or they mentioned that you gasp or stop breathing during sleep.

  • You have unusual behaviors or movements during the night or you literally kicked your partner out of bed.

  • It takes you more than 30 minutes to fall asleep and/or you awake during the night and have trouble returning to sleep.

  • You have fallen asleep while working, eating, driving or when not busy.


If you answer yes to any of the above, you may have a sleep problem, a medical sleep disorder, or a related medical condition for which treatment may literally change your life. The quality of sleep is as vitally important to our health and well-being as is the quantity. Our sleep has a complex pattern, or architecture, consisting of four stages that run through various cycles during the night. During certain stages and times of the sleep cycle, we secrete a variety of hormones and other substances that help regulate our metabolism and other health-related factors. If our sleep patterns are altered, it may leave us feeling unrefreshed, tired, and sleepy, as well as put us at risk for a host of serious medical conditions.

* If snoring happens because you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), it’s a sign of a bigger problem. If left untreated OSA can increase the risk of health problems, including: High blood pressure. Stroke. Heart failure, irregular heartbeats, and heart attacks.

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