The Hobbs Sleep Center

QSS Hobbs
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311 W. Broadway St.
Hobbs, NM 88240


Phone: 575-397-2100
Fax: 575-613-4623

Our doctors

Dr. Aaron Pierce
Medical Director

UNM Sleep Medicine Fellowship Trained

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Margaret “Peggy” Fowler, PhD, CBSM
CPAP and Insomnia Clinic

Behavioral Sleep Medicine Specialist

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Our services

Shift Work

If you are having trouble sleeping or adapting to your shift work schedule, we can help. Our clinicians have worked with many employees that perform shift work in manufacturing, medical, government and oil & gas.

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Waking up to Pee

Dr. Barry Krakow with Maimonides Sleep Arts & Sciences gives one of the best explanations of why sleep apnea patients wake up at night to pee. In essence, obstructions in the airway due to sleep apnea, creates a negative pressure in the chest cavity that pushes on the vienus system. This creates a situation that […]

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At QSS, our sleep specialists can diagnose and treat Narcolepsy as described in the video above. The MSLT is the preferred test to determine the Narcolepsy diagnosis.

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CPAP Talk Forum

CPAP Talk Forum is an external website for CPAP users. QSS does not regulate or sponsor this website nor is responsible for any of their content. By clicking the link below you will be leaving the QSS website. CPAP Talk Forum Link

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Snoring, the sounds and music of sleep suffocation. There are sounds that are dangerous. Especialy when they erupt from your airway. Command them to stop ruining your life by treating your sleep issues. While it seems everybody, including Shaq is ‘doing it’, snoring can be the sound of sleep suffocation or sleep apnea. Snorers are […]

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Mask Sores

  The above youtube video is a perfect example of why we offer the FREE CPAP CLINIC to all our patients. There are so many options on CPAP masks that you can choose from! If one is not working for you, try another option. Mask sores are an indication that you need some adjustment and […]

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A nightmare is a dream occurring during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep that results in feelings of strong terror, fear, distress or extreme anxiety. This phenomenon tends to occur in the later part of the night and oftentimes awakens the sleeper, who is likely to recall the content of the dream. Nightmare treatments are availiable […]

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  Have you tried all the tips mentioned in the video and then some? Then it is time to speak with a Sleep Specialits. We are here to help. Insomniacs typically complain of being unable to close their eyes or “rest their mind” for more than a few minutes at a time. Both organic and […]

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Restless Legs (RLS)

Restless Legs Syndrome is a movement disorder that involves an intense urge to move your legs at bedtime. These sensations are hard to describe but many say they feel like “creepy” or “crawly”. It is much different from a leg muscle cramp. When you are sitting still‚ the sensation is usually at its worst. You […]

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Sleep Apnea

  Snoring can be a sign of a serious sleep breathing disorder called sleep apnea. When you go to sleep muscles in your body tend to relax. This includes the muscles in the throat and upper airway. This relaxation causes a narrowing of the airway and can cause difficulty breathing at night. Snoring is caused […]

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Call Us 505 891 3344