Sleep is a Necessity.
Not a Luxury.
The Sleep Center of New Orleans  is a state-of-the art center for Sleep Medicine specializing in the evaluation and treatment of a full range of sleep disorders in adults and children.
Sleep center of New Orleans (SCoNO) is the first comprehensive sleep center in greater New Orleans area that specializes in treating patients of all ages. We help patients who have problems falling asleep, staying asleep or remaining awake during the day. Sleep is crucial for the growth and development of our body, Sleep disorders can have a negative impact on our health. We know how important your  health is, so our goal is to work collaboratively with families to understand and treat what is keeping them up at night.
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Sleep center of New Orleans is accredited by American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM).

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The Sleep  Center of New Orleans is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and staffed by highly trained and board certified sleep specialists, psychologist and registered polysomnographic technicians (RPSGT) who are recognized as experts in their field, offering the highest quality of care available. The center is equipped with the most innovative, creative, and cutting edge technology with state of the art acquisition and analysis of data.
Sleep Apnea
If you .....
feel tired
Cant concentrate 

If you ...
Cant sleep
racing thoughts
awake easily 
If you ...
Have unctrolable urge to sleep,
If you ...
have "creepy crawly" feeling in your legs
Shift work
If you ...
work night shift or ODD shifts 
  1. Mohammad Cheema M.D.
    Our care Philosophy “SCONO has one focus: How you can sleep better at night, improve your productivity at work or school, enhance your mood, concentration, by implementing evidence based sleep medicine.  “
Everyone SNORES!  Its normal right?

Snoring is not a normal process. In fact, it may be a sign of an obstruction in the air passages. For that reason, it is important to accurately diagnose and appropriately treat snoring and sleep apnea. If left untreated, these conditions can lead to memory problems, metabolic issues and serious medical conditions, such as heart disease/Diabetes/High Blood Pressure and even Stroke.
Sleep Tips: 

Here are some important things you can do to get enough sleep.

* Set a regular bedtime for everyone each night and stick to it.

* Establish a relaxing bedtime routine, such as a warm bath.

* Do not watch TV or work on computer in your bedroom.

* Avoid caffeine within six hours of bedtime, and limit the amount of caffeine.

* Keep noise levels low, rooms dark, and indoor temperatures slightly cool.

If you don't have insurance, We can help!!!!!
We have the lowest CASH prices in town!!!!! 
Come in today and meet with our remarkable sleep specialist for a consultation that will help you sleep better.
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