At Sleep Waves we provide our community with education and with quality sleep studies in a welcoming and comfortable hotel-like setting. We work to ensure a seamless coordinated patient care experience, from fast scheduling to the coordination of prompt follow-up care and treatment. With state of the art equipment and a knowledgeable and friendly team, we treat each patient with warmth and respect.

We know that education is the key to helping patients, health care providers and our community understand the importance of getting enough sleep and the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Working with other departments at TidalHealth Peninsula Regional, local physician’s offices, the community and schools we strive to spread the word about the importance of sufficient quality sleep for physical and mental health, happiness, and longevity.

Diabetes and Sleep Apnea

Did you know that almost 50% of people with diabetes also have sleep apnea? If you have diabetes you should speak with your physician about your sleep. Click here to read the article from the American Academy of Clnical Endocrinologists.


Sleep Apnea Risk

Obstructive (OSA) is the most common type of sleep apnea. If you are overweight, have a large neck, and/or have high blood pressure, your risk of OSA increases further.

How Serious is Sleep Apnea?

fblogo 'Like' our Facebook page to see interesting sleep articles and for your chance to win prizes!