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About The Sleep Center of Austin 

Founded in 2010, The Sleep Center of Austin is a diagnostic lab dedicated to diagnosing sleep disorders. We are Austin's 100% locally owned and operated sleep center providing sleep studies with the uncompromising flair and luxury found in 5-star hotels. We offer unparalleled expertise, service, and convenience to our Austin and Central Texas patients within an atmosphere that focuses on excellence in comfort, care, and customer service.


Our promise is to provide our patients with the most comprehensive, detail-focused, and luxurious sleep study experience in the Austin, Texas area. By following the American Academy of Sleep Medicine guidelines, we can assure our patients that their sleep studies are performed to the meticulous and precise standards available. Our state of the art technology, in-house sleep study scoring, and local Austin interpretation ensure that everything we do is quality controlled under the same roof.   


During your sleep study,  our registered technicians thoroughly monitor your sleep by recording and documenting the EEG (brain waves), EKG (heart rate), EOG (eye movement), EMG (muscle activity), breathing and oximetry (blood oxygen levels).  This data is obtained during sleep in a comfortable, painless and non-invasive manner.  Each bedroom is connected to a video and intercom system which allows the technician to hear any spoken request for assistance during the night. 


Our accommodations are designed to please our guests;  huge oversized bedrooms and separate bathrooms with showers, 36” flat screen TVs with cable, an air purifier for Austin allergy sufferers which also provides  “white noise”, allergy-free mattress pads and pillow covers, queen-sized sleep number beds, 600 plus count sheets, and beautiful artwork from local artists. 


Our sleep center is built on quality, integrity, and compassion ... with a pinch of luxury.




Why is a sleep study important?


Untreated sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, insomnia and narcolepsy can cause serious long-term side effects, including:


  • Heart disease

  • High blood pressure

  • Stroke

  • Weight gain

  • Memory loss

  • Inability to concentrate

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Headaches

  • Sleep deprivation, with accidents secondary to exhaustion


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Patients must be referred to The Sleep Center by a physician. For more information, please call us at 512-697-9896 .

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