The Tranquility Sleep Center is a state-of-the-art facility where we can diagnose a full range of sleep disorders. Our facility offers a relaxing atmosphere and home-like setting to ensure a comfortable stay.

Our guests are monitored in a private luxury room featuring; a flat screen television, free wireless internet, and a mattress that features comfort firmness and support with premium bedding. Our rooms are inspired by 5 star luxury hotel suites. Tranquility Sleep Center rooms offer the best of two worlds; the comfort of home and the service you expect.

Amenities Available:
Wake up to a hot cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate and a continental breakfast waiting for you. A complete lunch will also be provided if you stay for a morning test. The clinic also offers a private shower, toiletries, and an iron/ironing board in case you need to prepare for work. For those having an overnight sleep study, free parking or a shuttle service to and from your home is available.

Contact our office at 734 480-1616 to arrange for an appointment or a tour of our facility.


Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. It is described as a persistent difficulty getting to sleep, staying asleep, or premature morning awakening.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
Snoring is a signal that breathing during sleep may be abnormal. When you don't breathe properly in sleep, your brain does not receive the oxygen it needs. Individuals with sleep apnea are at a higher risk for heart disease and stroke.

Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)
RLS is a disorder that can make it difficult to fall asleep, or to get back to sleep. It is a disorder that affects legs and/or arms that involves your brain, spinal cord, and muscles. With RLS, uncomfortable and often distressing feelings in your limbs make it difficult to sleep.

The brain is designed to keep us alert and awake to function well during the day. Some people have the urge to fall asleep during the day, despite sleeping okay at night. In some cases, sleep overcomes an individual at the most inconvenient times, such as while driving, at school or work. The brain's balance between staying awake and going to sleep can be dysfunctional leading to involuntary sleep episodes.

Parasomnias: Unwanted Sleep Behaviors
For some people the brain overlaps between the waking and sleeping states. When this happens, undesirable sleep behaviors may occur. These behaviors are more commonly seen in childhood and are usually not a serious concern except when they are intense and disrupt the family. These behaviors include: Acting out our dreams, sleep walking, sleep eating, night terrors, sleep-related violence or injury.