For those qualified, we offer a home sleep test that diagnoses for obstructive sleep apnea. Completing the test will provide you with the information you need to take the next step toward better sleep health.
For Your Health
Approximately 80% of moderate to severe sleep apnea cases go undiagnosed. If you have undiagnosed sleep apnea, you may put yourself at risk for other health-related issues, such as diabetes, adverse heart conditions, and increased car accidents due to fatigue1. Also, depending on the severity of your condition, you may collectively experience several minutes without breathing every night. That means your lungs and your brain are not getting enough oxygen. In short, consistently restful sleep is essential for all aspects of your health. The longer you are deprived, the more damaging effect it can have on your body2.
For Your Well-Being
Because sleep apnea is a result of your airway being obstructed, you are not given a full night’s rest due to the constant interruptions. A routine sleep cycle is necessary for the body to function at its full capacity, but also to make you feel good, too. Lack of sleep can lead to mood swings, memory problems, and other symptoms that affect your mind, as well as your body. You may have grown accustomed to lack of sleep or restless nights, but when treated properly, you can sleep soundly throughout the night and see what a difference it will make on your well-being.
For Your Partner
Sleep apnea sufferers aren’t the only ones affected by the condition. Their partners are also well aware of the negative effects it causes. Sleep apnea is disruptive to your partner’s sleep, while also posing a serious concern when they realize you aren’t breathing. Rather than sharing separate rooms or both going without sleep, get your free, online questionnaire to take the next step for better sleep.
Next Steps to Better Sleep
First, sign up for your free online questionnaire and, if necessary, take the at-home sleep apnea test at your convenience. The test is easy to set up and it will record data for one or two nights. Once sent back for evaluation by a board-certified sleep specialist, you will receive an official diagnosis and therapy recommendations. It’s worth taking a test to take charge of your health and wellness. Make your way toward a great night’s sleep today.
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