This US Teleconsult Service Specializes In Sleep Apnea, Parasomnias & RLS

Jul 10, 2024

Did you know you can talk to top sleep specialists using telemedicine? It’s easy with the Southern California Pulmonary and Sleep Disorders Medical Center (805-557-9930). They’ll set you up with consults, help you get a diagnosis, and even treatment, all without leaving your home.

Do you know what it's called when you can't sleep, so you stay up all night eating snacks?

It's insomnomnomnomnia...

Okay, obviously, that's not a real disorder - but I hope it made you smile because I want you to be in a good mood already when I give you this great news.

Now you can get telemedicine, even for sleep disorders!

Maybe I should back up a bit though, and start at the beginning.

Maybe you've heard of the Southern California Pulmonary and Sleep Disorders Medical Center, they have a pretty long name, but I'm not complaining because they have pretty amazing results too. They serve a huge area that includes Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles, Malibu, Westlake Village, Camarillo, and the rest of Southern California, but that's not the cool part.

The important part is that now you don't even have to drive in to see them - you can just use a video call, from the comfort of your own living room.

Neat, right? If you want to learn more or to sign up, just check out the details on their website at

As you likely guessed from the name, the medical center specializes in diagnosing and treating sleep disorders - and now you can access their specialists using telemedicine through the American Academy of Sleep Medicine's SleepTM service. It's so easy, it allows you to connect securely through video chats with top sleep specialists from across California in just a few clicks - and includes a bunch of tools to help with sleep tracking, diagnosis, and therapy.

This is big news. According to the American Sleep Association, up to 70 million adults in the United States have a sleep disorder where insomnia is the most common symptom, affecting almost one-third of Americans. Of course, there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution, but SleepTM finally makes it easy to see a real sleep expert, conveniently.

That's doubly important when you're seeing a specialist about a sleep disorder, because the last thing you need is to be losing sleep while you're traveling back and forth to see them, right?

Their team of dedicated sleep specialists will work individually with you to find the root cause of the issue, as well as any extenuating factors, so they can set you up with the most effective solution for your specific needs. They also work with several specialty devices that are highly effective but can be difficult to find elsewhere.

If you've been suffering from sleep issues for a while already, maybe you've even heard of them. My favorites are the Bongo Sleep Apnea Therapy Device and their Inspire Therapy for obstructive sleep apnea.

Of course, that's a matter for you to discuss with a specialist - I certainly can't recommend specific products or treatments, I can only tell you what I've heard and seen.

The keys here are convenience and effectiveness - and when it comes to sleep issues, they go hand in hand. The more convenient the treatment, the easier it is to get to sleep, that just makes sense, and it's why they worked so hard to make SleepTM as convenient as it is.

You can use features built into SleepTM to easily track your sleep with sleep diaries, or import your sleep data directly from supported smart devices, such as a FitBit or other smartwatch. It also provides an easy way to interact with your healthcare provider outside of video calls, if they need supplementary information.

For example, instead of going into the clinic just to fill out a sleep survey, they can send it through SleepTM, so you fill it out and then send it right back, without ever leaving your living room. How much driving could that potentially save you?

More importantly, how much extra sleep time do you have, without all those extra trips?

Clearly, telemedicine is the future, but don't take my word for it. Here's what the sleep specialists have to say about it, “Telemedicine is health care without walls. It connects patients and medical providers through live, web-based video visits. By eliminating the barrier of distance, telemedicine improves access to care. It saves time and reduces travel expenses, making health care more efficient.”

Your sleep is important, and anything you can do to protect it, you should.

Save yourself the time, stress, and travel of going into the clinic, and just use SleepTM.

Get all the details, right from the experts at

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