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Sleep Studies

It's important to take sleep problems seriously. An untreated sleep disorder can reduce daytime productivity, increase the risk of accidents, and even lead to an early death. Our board-certified physicians at the Sleep Disorders Center are able to diagnose and treat a multitude of sleep-related disorders including sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy and restless legs syndrome.

Oklahoma Sleep Associates In the News

Dr. Aaron Boyd and Meghan McKenzie from Oklahoma Sleep Associates give details on getting a better night’s rest. To watch click here.

Spend a Night with Us

On your night at our Sleep Center, you will stay in one of our cozy rooms, designed to feel like home. Each room is equipped with a queen or king size bed. We encourage patients to bring items that would make them feel more comfortable such as a blanket, pillow or pictures.

When you schedule your study at Oklahoma Sleep Associates, we make sure your study is performed around your normal bed time. We also can schedule studies seven days a week, allowing you to have a sleep study performed on the weekend.

During the night, our sleep technicians monitor you to ensure the quality of the study is maintained and to assist you during the night. If you have any questions regarding your night away, please call (405) 307-5337 (30-SLEEP).

We have two convenient locations to serve you:

  • 650 24th Ave. S.W. Norman, OK 73069 (located on the west side of 24th Ave. NW, south of Boyd)
  • 420 S. Mustang Road, Suite D Yukon, OK 73099

Why You Should Be Tested

Trouble sleeping can lead to more than just restless nights. These major, chronic health problems are associated with sleep apnea:

  • High Blood Pressure: The National Institutes of Health lists sleep apnea as a cause of high blood pressure. Studies show that about 30 percent of all people with high blood pressure have sleep apnea. That number increases to 80 percent for people taking three or more medications to control their blood pressure.
  • Heart Disease: Untreated sleep apnea strains the heart and may cause it not to work properly. Left untreated, sleep apnea can lead to heart disease and heart failure. People with sleep apnea can lower their chances of developing these problems by getting treated. Sleep apnea can help people control their blood pressure and improve their heart health.
  • Stroke: Sleep apnea can increase a person’s chances of stroke. In fact, studies show more than 60 percent of patients who have had a stroke, also have sleep apnea. Stroke patients with untreated sleep apnea may have a harder time recovering after a stroke. Recovering from a stroke takes energy and motivation, and the sleepiness that comes from sleep apnea can make it difficult for a person to follow rehabilitation programs.
  • Diabetes: People with sleep apnea have higher chances of developing insulin resistance, which can lead to Type 2 diabetes. Sleep apnea is very common in patients that suffer from diabetes. About 60 percent of Type 2 diabetes patients have sleep apnea.

Could You Have Sleep Apnea?

If you have three or more of the symptoms, you may have a life-threatening sleep disorder:

  • I don’t feel my sleep is refreshing
  • I feel sleepy or tired during the day
  • I have trouble falling asleep
  • I have a difficult time staying asleep
  • I snore
  • I stop breathing while asleep
  • I sleep restlessly, tossing and turning
  • I have an uncomfortable feeling in my legs
  • I sweat excessively while sleeping
  • I awaken with headaches
  • I sleep at inappropriate times
  • I fall asleep while watching TV
  • I fall asleep while driving
  • I have high blood pressure
  • I am overweight


If more than three of these comments apply to you, talk to your physician about a sleep study with Oklahoma Sleep Associates. You can even print this page to show your family physician your symptoms.

Signs and Symptoms

Usually, people with sleep apnea find out because a spouse or bed partner noticed them snore or stop breathing during sleep. Other common signs and symptoms include:

  • Extreme sleepiness
  • Frequent snoring
  • Stopping breathing during sleep
  • Morning headaches
  • Depression
  • High blood pressure
  • Weight problems
  • Loss of energy
  • Drowsy driving
  • Abnormal breathing
  • Poor concentration
  • Impaired Alertness

Sleep apnea is most common among men, people who are overweight and the middle-aged. However, research shows that children and post-menopausal women may also be at risk.

Our Staff and Physicians

At Oklahoma Sleep Associates, one of three physicians - all board-certified - will be reading and interpreting your study.

Dr. Aaron Boyd MD, FCCP, Dipolmate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine
In addition to being board-certified in sleep medicine, Dr. Boyd is also board-certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine. He completed his medical school training, residency and fellowship at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and began his private practice in 1999.

Dr. Mark Camp MD, FACP, FCCP, Dipolmate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine
Besides being Board Certified in Sleep Medicine, Dr. Camp is also Board Certified in Critical Care, Pulmonary Disease, and Internal Medicine. He completed his medical school training, residency and fellowship at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and he started private practice in 1992.

Dr. Rebecca Eagle MD, FCCP, Board Certified Sleep Medicine
Dr. Eagle is board-certified in sleep medicine, pulmonary disease, internal medicine and critical care medicine. She completed her medical school training at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and her residency and fellowship at Harbor UCLA Medical Center.