If you’re one of those people that toss and turn in bed every night, it might be a good idea to pay more attention to what you’re eating every night, what devices you’re using just before bed, and don’t worry too much about the day ahead, reports ABC10.

“The majority of the patients that we have coming into our sleep lab are coming in for sleep apnea, said Sleep Lab Manager, Jason Hausmann. “We also do get some neurological disorders with people coming in for like narcolepsy, or REM behavior disorder, sleep walking, those types of things. So people that are coming into the sleep lab are usually highly suggestive of having something in general.”