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For a better sleep

Home Sleep Testing

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Home Sleep Testing, Designed to provide it all – ease, confidence. Our Tests are tried and tested by our board-certified sleep doctors.

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Our Tests are tried and tested by our board-certified sleep doctors


How does it work?

Tele health

What you need to get tested?

Before receiving your test in the mail you will need to be set up with a doctor's prescription. WE PROVIDE VIDEO TELEHEALTH VISITS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS if needed.

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Doctors appointment taking too long?

Book a telehealth video call and see if a sleep test is right for you. We can get you to set up and send your visit notes to your current physician and provide you with the prescription.

Did you know?

An estimated 22 million Americans are living with sleep apnea 80% of those with moderate to severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) go undiagnosed. Since the eighties and nineties in lab attended testing was the only way to get a diagnosis but today the process is easy and at home. Below are symptoms that may cause Sleep APNEA

  • Snoring
  • Headaches
  • Day time tiredness
  • Irritability
  • Weight gain

Do you know your insurance can cover this cost?

Our mail-away at home test cost $199, prescription for the test with video telehealth $99. Insurance may cover the cost, check below to see.

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you're eligible?

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There's more than one type of sleep apnea

You may assume there's only one kind of sleep apnea: obstructive sleep apnea, the most common type.
But there are actually two main types of sleep apnea:

  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Central sleep apnea

Sleep apnea can be
treated

Sleep apnea can cause serious health complications, so it is important to explore your treatment options if you're diagnosed with the disorder.

Treatment can include the following:

  • Use of devices to help open up your blocked airway
  • Lifestyle changes, including losing weight and quitting smoking
  • Treatment of allergies that make it difficult to breathe at night
  • Treatment of associated medical conditions that could be causing your sleep apnea
  • Use of supplemental oxygen while you sleep