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Sleep Disorder Center

The vast majority of sleep disorders can be readily diagnosed and treated. The Minnesota Regional Sleep Disorders Center is a full-service sleep disorders center, accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, offering an experienced, objective and systematic approach to the diagnosis and treatment of sleep-wake disorders, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome, and other conditions in both adults and children.

Minnesota Regional Sleep Disorders Center


900 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55415

Green Building, Level 8

Appointments: 612-873-6963

Clinic hours:

8:00 am - 4:30 pm M-F

Sleep studies are overnight.


The Minnesota Sleep Disorders Center features:

The 35-member multidisciplinary team is committed to education and research and is nationally and internationally recognized for their expertise.

Hennepin Healthcare researchers were first to recognize several common sleep disorders, including REM sleep behavior disorder and its link to Parkinson’s disease, and sleep-related eating disorder and its relationship to restless leg syndrome.

Sleeping Positions

Are you sleeping in the right position? You can actually improve your health while you sleep if you know which way is best for you - side, back or stomach.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia

CBT-I is a safe and effective insomnia treatment that does not require medications. 

About Your Visit

Did your sleep specialist consultation recommend that you undergo a sleep study? Here is what you should expect and how to get ready for the day.

Sleep Tips

Do you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep? These tips may help in sleep preparation with daily suggestions and bedtime routines.

Key Sleep Disorder Identified at Hennepin Healthcare

In the mid-80s, it was our own sleep center who identified REM Sleep Behavior Disorder, which causes patients to physically act out dreams in the forms of talking, shouting, hitting or punching. This disorder is now considered to be an early warning sign of Parkinson’s disease and is in the national spotlight as actor Alan Alda has come forward with the diagnosis that was preceded by the sleep disorder.