• Sleep Clinic in Melbourne

    MediSleep Specialists can help you

    Our sleep specialists work with each patient to fully assess his or her symptoms, determine the underlying cause of any sleep disorder, develop a personalised treatment program and provide ...


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Sleep Disorder Treatments & Sleep Clinic in  Melbourne

The MediSleep Sleep Clinic is a specialised professional medical practice which is dedicated to excellence in treatment of Snoring / Obstructive Sleep Apnoea and many other sleep disorders. Our focus is on assessing problematic snoring which is actually a cardinal symptom of sleep apnoea, a major health risk  and providing effective, safe and proven therapies with lasting results.
Remember that snoring is more than just a nuisance. It can cause serious strain on relationships and it is often be a sign of something much more sinister.

A healthy night’s sleep is a fundamental human need. Sleep is important for our physical and emotional health, so we can have the energy we need for ourselves and for those we care about.

We utilise the most current technologies available to diagnose and treat patients with a wide variety of sleep disorders:
  • Snoring & Sleep Apnoea
  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Circadian Rhythm Disorders
  • Sleep & Depression
As the medical profession, we understand the impact of chronic sleep loss on physical and mental health.
For all patients, our sleep specialists are available to assist with personalised treatment and follow-up support.
Please visit ABOUT US page for more details.

MediSleep operates in accordance with requirements of National Health Standards and our Quality policies reflect these requirements. We are proud to inform our consumers and carers that since start of operations there have not been any critical incidents or serious adverse events within our organisation. This is an exceptional achievement and we thrive to maintain same level of quality to our patients and carers moving forward.

Sleep Apnoea

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Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is a common condition characterized by recurrent episodes of complete or partial obstruction, often associated with snoring.

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Difficulty with falling asleep, staying asleep or not having good quality of sleep despite having opportunity for sleep , which results in impairment of daytime functioning.

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Narcolepsy is one of the less common sleep disorders, yet one of the more life-disrupting ones. People with narcolepsy have difficulty staying awake during the day and tend to fall asleep without warning.

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Restless Leg Syndrome

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People with Restless Leg Syndrome experience restlessness or "crawling" sensations in their legs or arms, particularly in the evening or when resting.

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Circadian Rhythm Disorders

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Treatments of Circadian Rhythm Disorders include light therapy, behavioural therapy, melatonin. A new medication, Agomelatine, may be useful in associated sleep problems.

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Sleep & Depression

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Patients who have difficulty sleeping often have an associated depression or other psychological problem, and patients with psychiatric illness often have problems sleeping.

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