Neurology (Sleep Medicine)

Neurology (Sleep Medicine)

Neurology is a specialty dedicated exclusively to the diagnosis and treatment of abnormalities and conditions affecting the central nervous system (CNS), the peripheral nervous system (PNS), and the structures that support these systems.

Our Dedicated Neurologists at GMCClinics

Blending their acumen with diagnostic tools, our team of expert neurologists at GMCClinics diagnose and treat neurological conditions like epilepsy, stroke, Alzheimer's, and nerve injuries. It enables better understanding and targeted interventions to bring about positive changes.

Sleep Medicine is a subspecialty of neurology dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. It focuses on evaluating sleep patterns, addressing sleep-related issues, and understanding their implications on an individual's overall health and well-being.

Besides a healthy diet and exercise, a good night’s sleep is essential to optimal brain development. Sleep is vital in supporting various brain functions and overall cognitive health.

  • Memory and learning
  • Boosting cognitive performance
  • Emotional stability
  • Brain detoxification
  • Neuroplasticity and repair
  • Repair and restoration

With sleep problems on the rise, it is crucial to identify and address sleep-related problems to improve overall health and prevent potential health issues in the future.

Insufficient or poor-quality sleep affects brain function, leading to fatigue, reduced energy, irritability, and focus issues. It can impact decision-making and mood and often accompanies symptoms of depression or anxiety. Getting quality sleep is essential for overall health and well-being. Sleep disturbances can be indicative of underlying health concerns, such as medical or neurological issues, and they may also correlate with chronic health conditions like heart disease, diabetes, or osteoarthritis.

Why You May Need to Visit a Sleep Medicine Specialist?

If experiencing any of these symptoms, seeking an evaluation by a neurologist or sleep medicine specialist can help in proper diagnosis and management:


  • Persistent difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
  • Loud snoring or interrupted breathing during sleep.
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness or fatigue.
  • Frequent and disturbing movements during sleep.
  • Sudden muscle weakness or paralysis during wakefulness.
  • Frequent morning headaches or migraines.
  • Difficulty staying awake or alert during daytime hours.
  • Chronic pain interfering with sleep patterns.
  • Difficulty concentrating or memory issues linked to poor sleep.
  • Sleep disturbances.
  • Concerns about the quality or quantity of sleep affecting your daily activities.
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