GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The Bacharach Sleep Center will mark Sleep Awareness Week with an open house 2-4 p.m. April 24-28.
The public is invited for free screenings and evaluations.
Sleep problems are disruptive to physical and mental health and can be life-threatening. The most common disorders include sleep apnea, insomnia and periodic limb movement.
“Having a sleep problem can put you at risk for accidents, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke,” said Mary Adekunle, clinical director of the Sleep and Neurodiagnostics Center. “In children, sleep problems can lead to learning and developmental delays. Sleep disorders can be easily addressed by our experienced team of board-certified doctors and registered technologists. Our center is fully equipped with the region’s most advanced technology to diagnose and treat sleep disorders.”
The Bacharach Sleep Center is at 54 W. Jimmie Leeds Road, Suite 1, in Galloway. For information, call 609-748-5405.