Sleep centers are locations where adults and children can take different types of sleep studies. One of the most common studies is known as polysomnography, during which doctors and sleep consultants observe patients while they sleep and document their sleep patterns. Patients may also undergo multiple sleep latency tests, or MSLTs, which measure how long it takes them to fall asleep after getting into bed.

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There are many sleep centers located throughout the United States, including more than 2,500 certified by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). Use the directory below to find the closest AASM-accredited sleep centers based on your residence’s zip code.