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River Falls Area Hospital Sleep Center

Sleep testing at River Falls Area Hospital is done in a private, comfortable bedroom within the Sleep Center. Each room offers a Sleep Number™ Bed, private phone, bathroom and shower facilities.

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Owatonna Hospital Sleep Lab

Sleep testing at Owatonna Hospital is done in a private, comfortable bedroom within the sleep department. Each first-floor room offers a private phone, bathroom and shower.

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Did you know?

More than 25 percent of people experience a sleep disorder at some time in their lives.

Related Allina Health services

Seize the day. Start the night before. Wake up to the benefits of a better night's sleep.

Do you feel tired or sleepy all day even though you felt you slept well? Do you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep?

Sleep is a basic necessity of life that is essential for our health and wellbeing. If you’re not getting the sleep you need, it can have a negative impact on your mood, thinking, relationships, work performance and long-term health.

Millions of Americans suffer from sleep-related disorders. Sleep Disorders have been linked to high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, heart disease and stroke.

If you think that you or someone you know has a sleep disorder, we can help.

Sleep centers

For the diagnosis and treatment of conditions such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy and restless leg syndrome, consider a sleep study with Allina Health Sleep Centers.

Behavioral sleep medicine

Behavioral sleep medicine, also known as sleep psychology assesses and treats insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders and other sleep problems (including difficulty using CPAP therapy for sleep apnea).


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Getting to sleep

Good sleep habits promote restful sleep and daytime alertness. If you're having trouble getting to sleep, these tips may help ease you into a good night's rest.

Tired of being tired: Jason's story

For years, Jason Sammon figured he wasn't sleeping well because of his work. After he learned it was because of sleep apnea, CPAP therapy gradually made a big difference in his life.