Sleep Center

Research shows that most of us need about eight hours of good quality sleep a night to rest our bodies and refresh our minds, so we can perform at our best. And, of course, people simply enjoy a good night’s sleep.

Sleep Center

6025 Metropolitan Drive
Beaumont, Texas 77706

But, many people have real problems with sleep. In fact, 35 million Americans have sleep disorders. The symptoms include the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep, snoring and other breathing disorders while sleeping, which can cause drowsiness when we need to be alert. Untreated, these problems can have a devastating effect on the quality of our lives, making us physically and mentally unable to deal with everyday challenges we face. What many people don’t know is that sleep disorders can eventually result in much more serious conditions and health risks such as high blood pressure, respiratory failure, obesity, impotence, strokes, and even heart attacks.

The Medical Center of Southeast Texas Diagnostic Sleep Center specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. A thorough evaluation is the first step to an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment for your problem.

MC SE Texas Sleep Center


older man
Are You Getting the Right Sleep?
Over 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, more than 60 percent of them chronic, with many of the cases going undiagnosed. Mostly impacting middle-aged people, especially men, sleep disorders add about $16 billion to national health care costs.
woman sleeping
Are You Sleeping in the Right Position?
A good night’s sleep is essential to achieving overall physical and emotional health. Millions of Americans suffer from some form of a sleeping disorder that can negatively impact their life so finding the right sleep position is important. Consider the following when it comes to finding the right sleep position for you.

Conditions We Treat

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
  • Narcolepsy
  • Insomnia
  • Periodic Leg Movements
  • Frequent difficulty falling asleep in bed at night Frequent awakening during sleep
  • Heavy snoring
  • Partner says you stop breathing during sleep
  • Dozing off while driving
  • Often waking with a headache
  • Sleepiness during the day
  • Difficulty concentrating at work/school
  • Profuse sweating at night
  • Leg cramps or “crawling” feeling in legs
  • Restless legs that interfere with falling asleep


  • Variety of sleep studies