The West Volusia Beacon reports that the Florida Hospital Sleep Center in DeLand, Fla, has opened its doors for business.

Many people drag through their daily routines, or have trouble falling or staying asleep at night. Or they may snore loudly enough to disturb their partners or others in the household.

These people may not realize they have some form of sleep disorder, but a new Florida Hospital Sleep Center can help diagnose and treat those kinds of problems.

The new facility is at 744 W. Plymouth Ave., in a professional office park across from Florida Hospital DeLand.

“Sleep is not something we [as a society] get enough of,” Florida Hospital DeLand’s chief operating officer, Hector de Jesus, said Sept. 29 at a ribbon-cutting with the DeLand Area Chamber of Commerce & Orange City Alliance. “This Sleep Center can help identify sleep-related problems.”

It’s the only hospital-affiliated sleep center in Volusia and Flagler counties, de Jesus said.

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