The impact of poor sleep is significant and can lead to serious health concerns.

The most common sleep disorders are:

Sleep Apnea

If you feel fatigued throughout the day, awaken abruptly at night, or have been told you snore loudly, you may be suffering from sleep apnea. Untreated sleep apnea can lead to serious health complications, which is why early medical intervention is vital. At SMSC, we help our patients manage sleep apnea and get their life back on track with individualized treatments to fit your needs.


Now and then, everyone can be sleepy at times during the day for many reasons. But, if you continually experience excessive daily daytime sleepiness, you could be suffering from narcolepsy, a serious sleep disorder that makes you feel overwhelmingly tired and in severe cases, have sudden uncontrollable sleep attacks. Narcolepsy can impact nearly every aspect of your life. It is dangerous because you can have excessive sleepiness or a sleep attack at any time of the day. If you suffer from excessive daytime sleepiness, Dr. Singh will determine the correct diagnosis and create the best treatment plan so you can live your life fully.


Insomnia is the most common sleep complaint. It occurs when you have trouble falling asleep and/or staying asleep even though you had the opportunity to get a full night of sleep. People with insomnia frequently misperceive how much and how well they sleep each night, according to a study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.

Restless Legs Syndrome

If you struggle with unpleasant leg sensations that compel you to move your legs, you may have restless legs syndrome, a condition that should be treated early because symptoms usually worsen over time. Our sleep experts specialize in restoring sleep for patients with restless legs syndrome.

Sleep Soundly. Live Profoundly.

Sleep disorders cause more than just daytime drowsiness. You may experience impaired concentration, loss of memory and coping skills.
Maybe a loved one is frustrated at being kept awake by your snoring. Falling asleep while driving is a real problem that risks your life and those of innocent people. Sleep disorders can also exacerbate existing conditions such as diabetes and cancer and also could be related to underlying mental health issues.

Our highly experienced physicians and staff can get to the root of your sleeping problems. We have the expertise to evaluate, diagnose and treat sleep-related disorders and get your life back on track.

Please call us today at (925) 415-5353 for an evaluation or click the button below to begin your journey.