Margaret Mike Sleep & Wake Center

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Advanced diagnostics

Technological advances in sleep medicine have significantly improved the way sleep disorders are diagnosed. Some of Dr. Mike’s exemplary diagnostic capabilities include:

  • Full-night digital video recording to help correlate sleep behavior with sleep problems such as night-terrors (sleep terror disorder) and sleepwalking.
  • Polysomnographic study (PSG) to evaluate brain, eye and muscle movement, blood oxygen levels, heart rate, breathing effort, airflow through breathing passages, snoring and chest and abdominal movement.
  • Multiple sleep latency test (MSLT) to help diagnose narcolepsy and other sleep disorders.
  • Maintenance of wakefulness test (MWT) to measure your ability to stay awake during sleep-inducing circumstances.

Sleep like a baby during your sleep study

If Dr. Mike determines that you need a sleep study, it will take place at one of several quality facilities, located throughout the DFW Metroplex, that make you feel right at home with their pleasant decor and home-like feel. The comfort of your sleep study room can help you feel more relaxed, which can maximize the effectiveness of your sleep study. If you have a family member or loved one who wants to spend the night while your sleep study is being conducted, they will gladly be accommodated.

Putting your sleep problems to rest

You’ll feel confident knowing that Dr. Mike offers advanced care for sleep disorders, including:

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) — This potentially life-threatening disorder is linked to irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, heart failure and diabetes. Obstructive sleep apnea causes you to stop breathing for up to one minute frequently during sleep. Symptoms include loud snoring, pauses in breathing and daytime sleepiness. In most cases, Dr. Mike can provide sleep apnea treatment with a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device or an alternative care. Read more

Insomnia — If you have trouble falling asleep, find it nearly impossible to fall asleep during the night or wake up too early in the morning, you might suffer from insomnia. Dr. Mike can determine if your insomnia sleep disorder is a medical or psychiatric problem and address it accordingly. Read more

Narcolepsy — If you suffer from “sleep attacks” (narcolepsy), sudden loss of muscle function (cataplexy), sleep paralysis or frightening hallucinations, Dr. Mike’s care plan can help. Read more

Hypersomnias — Sleeping too much. Symptoms include chronic depression, chronic fatigue, feelings of jet-lag, circadian rhythm sleep disorder or medical illnesses. Dr. Mike has a variety of effective methods. Read more

Delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSPS) — If you stay up extremely late and then sleep all morning until noontime, you may suffer from DSPS. This can cause daytime sleepiness and impaired performance at work or school. DSPS is common in teenagers, young adults and college students. Read more

Advanced sleep phase syndrome (ASPS) — If you fall asleep early, and wake up before dawn, you may have ASPS. ASPS affects adults over age 65.

Restless leg syndrome (RLS) — RLS can cause antsy, creepy crawly, need-to-move sensation in the legs during rest or when sitting for long periods. RLS pain can make you lose sleep, resulting in daytime sleepiness and insomnia sleep disorder. It can affect children and pregnant women, but most sufferers are adults over 50. Dr. Mike may prescribe medication so you can sit through a movie, a long car ride or readily fall asleep at bedtime. Read more

Periodic leg movement disorder in sleep (PLMS) — If you experience involuntary and repetitive leg-jerking during sleep and suffer with daytime sleepiness and insomnia sleep disorder, Dr. Mike can provide care for your PLMS. Read more

Transportation evaluations — Safety of drivers and those around them is of utmost importance. Reduced sleep hours and sleep apnea experienced by drivers can lead to poor performance on both psychomotor vigilance and driving tests. This why Dr. Mike offers priority scheduling for drivers in need of sleep screening. Read more.
For additional information regarding sleep apnea and it's relationship to commercial driving, visit the links below

Sleep apnea and commercial driving
Sleep apnea fact sheet
Spotlight on sleep apnea


Don’t let sleep disorders ruin your life. Get back to your life with our help. Call sleep doctor Margaret Mike, MD Sleep & Wake Center at 972–865-6990 and learn how today’s advanced care options could potentially save your life.