Sleep Medicine

The Gritman Sleep Center is led by Dr. Preetha Rosen, who has extensive experience in treating the full spectrum of Sleep Medicine disorders. Dr. Rosen practices at the Gritman Sleep Center, located on the hospital’s third floor.

Dr. Rosen and the Sleep Medicine team treat conditions including:

  • Sleep Apnea
  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy
  • Shift Work Problems
  • Restless Leg syndrome
  • Sleepwalking
  • Dream Enactment Behaviors
  • Delayed Sleep Phase (“night owl”)
Dr. Preetha Rosen
Dr. Preetha Rosen
Dr. Preetha Rosen Sleep Medicine

“A good night’s sleep is very important for optimal well-being. Disruptions to sleep could impair not just your energy and daily functioning but could adversely impact your heart, blood pressure, diabetes, mental health, memory, body weight, even your body’s ability to ward off infections. If your sleep quality or quantity is affected, please get help.”

Dr. Rosen is Board-Certified in Sleep Medicine by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She is also certified in Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I).

Talk to your provider about a referral to the Gritman Sleep Center or call 208-883-6236 to make an appointment.

Learn more about Dr. Rosen.

Our Nationally-Accredited Sleep Center

Gritman’s Sleep Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Designed for an exceptional patient experience, we provide in-house sleep studies and home sleep testing, allowing our team to monitor and document sleep patterns in a natural environment. Our rooms are comfortable and spacious, and feature Sleep Number beds.

Being consistently tired, snoring and falling asleep in a chair are common symptoms of sleep disorders. These symptoms have been linked to serious conditions, including high blood pressure, irregular heart rhythms, heart disease, heart attack, stroke, diabetes and driving or work-related accidents. Sleep disorders can be diagnosed and treated by our Sleep Medicine team.

We have a skilled team of clinicians in the Gritman Sleep Center, including a registered polysomnographer with 25 years of experience. Together with Sleep Medicine Physician Dr. Preetha Rosen board-certified in Sleep Medicine, we bring top-level experience and expertise to the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.

Ask your primary care provider about sleep health and having a sleep study performed at Gritman Medical Center. More information is available by calling the Gritman Sleep Center at 208-883-6236. 

Are you concerned you or a member of your family might have sleep apnea? Take the STOP-BANG test to determine whether a sleep study might be right for you.  

Find your sleep solution at Gritman’s nationally accredited Sleep Center

Our comprehensive studies diagnose: 

  • Sleep Apnea 
  • Periodic Limb Movement Disorder 
  • Narcolepsy and Parasomnias 
  • REM Behavior Disorder 
  • Circadian Rhythm Disorder 
  • Sleepwalking 
  • Night Terrors 

Services offered: 

  • In-lab sleep studies and home sleep apnea testing 
  • Overnight oximetry to measure oxygen levels during sleep
  • Multi-Latency Sleep Testing (MLST) for narcolepsy 
  • Sleep medicine consultation and follow-up appointments by our sleep medicine physician
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I)

Location

700 S Main St.
Moscow, ID  83843

Contact

Phone: 208-883-6236
Fax: 986-600-4565

Sleep Studies

Sleep studies are a series of tests that help evaluate what happens to the body during sleep. They can help diagnose sleep disorders, which include sleep-disruptive behaviors (such as sleepwalking), sleep apnea, daytime sleepiness, and insomnia.

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Sleep problems in adults

Tips for getting better sleep
Establish a routine each night before bedtime, such as reading, taking a warm shower or bath, light exercise or resting quietly. Avoid too much mental stimulation during the hour or so prior to bedtime.

Create a sleep haven. Do not keep a TV, tablet or cellphone in your bedroom. If you can’t get to sleep, rather than lying awake in bed, try getting out of bed and doing something else. Preferably, move to another room and return to bed only when sleepy.

Nix the nap. Avoid naps in the afternoon or early evening.

Get up and go. No matter how poorly you have slept the night before, always set your alarm to arise at the same time each morning.

Regular exercise can be an effective sleep aid. It releases energy and mental tensions. It is better not to exercise strenuously right before bedtime

Learn More About Sleep Disorders
Sleep suites in the Gritman Sleep Center are designed to encourage a restful environment, helping you acclimate while measurements are taken during a sleep study.

Sleep suites in the Gritman Sleep Center are designed to encourage a restful environment, helping you acclimate while measurements are taken during a sleep study.

The Power of a Restful Night’s Sleep

Potential for sleep apnea is one of many reasons patients seek out a sleep study at the Gritman Medical Center Sleep Center.

“People who are feeling excessively tired in the day, have hypertension, have snoring or apneas at night, those are good indications of sleep apnea,” Registered Sleep Technologist Mark Johnson said. “They need to go to a physician to have a sleep study performed. With the treatment being the CPAP.”

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Contact Us
Call the Gritman Sleep Center for more information or ask your primary care provider for a referral.
208-883-6236