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PATIENTS AT WHITNEY SLEEP CENTER are hooked up to machines that read brain waves, respiratory and heart activity as well as leg and arm movements. Those tiny movements can sometimes indicate big sleep problems.

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Having trouble falling asleep at night?

Forget counting sheep; it might be more productive to count the number of known sleep disorders.


"There are 84 of them," says Susan Gunwall, director of operations at Whitney Sleep Diagnostics and Consultants and Whitney Sleep Therapeutics.

Known to most around Detroit Lakes as "The Sleep Center," Whitney's has been helping people from all around the region wake up simply by helping them fall asleep.

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