Do you snore heavily when sleeping? Are you constantly fatigued throughout the day? Has your partner mentioned your inconsistent sleeping patterns? If you answered yes to these questions, it may be an indicator you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is a sleep-related disorder that causes a person to stop breathing throughout the night when their airway becomes obstructed. These pauses in breathing can vary from a few seconds to a minute or longer, which makes it dangerous for the person who is suffering from this condition. Although sleep apnea requires a medical diagnosis, there are factors that may make you more vulnerable to the disorder, such as:

  • Risk of sleep apnea is more common in people who are overweight.
  • Men are more prone to sleep apnea than women.
  • Sleep apnea affects individuals who are 41-60+ years of age the most.1
  • Common symptoms include snoring and restless sleep or fatigue (due to sleep disruption).
  • Family history of sleep apnea.



If you present symptoms of sleep apnea, take the free sleep health screening by calling 800-955-0948. An estimated 20 million Americans suffer from the condition; although a majority of sufferers with moderate to severe sleep apnea go undiagnosed. After completing your free sleep screen, a sleep specialist will review your results and help you take the next steps to better sleep health.

Start the Path to Better Sleep

Call one of our sleep wellness experts at 800-955-0948 if you think you might have sleep apnea or your partner has witnessed signs of it (gasping for breath or loud consistent snoring) while you sleep. Since you are likely unaware of it as it’s happening, the need to seek treatment may not seem as urgent. But it’s important to get screened if you think you may suffer from poor sleep health, so you can start to build a plan for better sleep.

Find out more information about sleep apnea and what you can do to treat it.
What is Sleep Apnea ?
Sleep Apnea Symptoms
Why Take the Sleep Apnea Test?
Sleep Apnea Test Options
Sleep Apnea Treatment
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Free Sleep Health Screen

Fill out the sleep health form and a sleep wellness consultant will call you with your results.

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2 Sleep Screening Questions

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Sleep Screening Questions
Choose the most appropriate answer for each question:
In the last three months, have you had a heart attack or cardiac ablation (a procedure done to control an abnormal hearth rhythm)?
Do you have recurring chest pain attributed to your heart that requires frequent medication changes?
Have you been diagnosed with an abnormal heart rhythm that requires frequent medication changes?
Do you have congestive heart failure for which you have been recently admitted to the hospital or ER in the last three months?
Do you have congestive heart failure that has required frequent treatment in the last 3 months?
Do you have COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) or asthma that requires frequent medication changes?
Are you on continuous oxygen therapy (do you use oxygen therapy for most of the day)?
In the last 3 months, have you had a stroke?
Do you have a weakness due to a neuromuscular condition that requires the help of an assistant to dress and clothe you?
Do you use opioid pain medications for chronic pain or other conditions?
Do you have any known sleep disorders such as severe insomnia, central sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome?
What is your weight?

(this information is needed in order to calculate your BMI.)

What is your height?

(this information is needed in order to calculate your BMI.)

Finally, do you have any other conditions, physical limitations or other issues that would keep you from applying and wearing a sleep test device while you sleep?



Sleep Screening Questions
Use this scale to determine your level of sleepiness. Choose the most appropriate number for each situation:
Sitting and reading :
Watching TV :
Sitting inactive in a public place :
As a passenger in a motor vehicle for an hour or more :
Lying down to rest in the afternoon when circumstances permit :
Sitting and talking to someone :
Sitting quietly after lunch without alcohol :
In a car, while stopped for a few minutes in traffic :



Sleep Screening Questions
Choose the most appropriate answer for each question:
Do you snore loudly?
Do you feel fatigued during the day or do you wake up feeling like you haven’t slept?
Have you been told you stop breathing at night or do you gasp for air or choke while sleeping?
Do you have high blood pressure or are you on medication to control high blood pressure?
Is your body mass index greater than 35?
Are you 50 years or older?
Are you a male with a neck circumference greater than 17 inches, or a female with a neck circumference greater than 16 inches?
Are you a male?



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Patient Testimonials

Honestly, I thought I was just guilty of snoring every now and then, but my wife insisted it was something more. The home test was easy to use and within a week I was diagnosed with sleep apnea. I would’ve never guessed I was waking up so much during the night. Glad I got tested, so I could get started with CPAP treatment right away.

Tom H.

I didn’t really want to go to a sleep study, so thankfully, there was the free online assessment. Afterwards, they sent me the test and I only had to use it a couple of nights and now I know for sure that sleep apnea was what was causing me to be so tired. I’ve been doing CPAP therapy for a few weeks now, and have never felt better.

Joe D.

I was putting off getting tested because I didn’t have time to go into a lab. Plus, I didn’t want to be monitored while I sleep. The process of taking the at-home sleep apnea test was simple. If it wasn’t for that, I’d probably still be undiagnosed.

Mike B.

I knew I wasn’t getting great sleep, but I thought I could manage it myself. I would sleep sitting up in a recliner chair just to try to keep myself from waking up during the night, but I never felt completely rested. It wasn’t until I fell asleep at a traffic light that I realized this wasn’t something I could treat myself. It was hard, but I’m glad I finally got the CPAP treatment I need for my sleep apnea.

Carol S.

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