At-home sleep apnea tests can help identify if you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and lead you to proper treatment — all from the comfort of your own home and your own bed! Their affordability and convenience is coupled with high chance of accurate diagnosis, making it the easiest way to help you identify your sleep apnea treatment plan. There are many home sleep test options, and you can find our simple and effective home sleep test here!
Sleep Apnea Testing
If you’ve talked with your health care provider about sleep problems like snoring or excessive daytime sleepiness, you may have been referred for a polysomnogram, or an overnight sleep study. Curious about what to expect when you undergo one of these tests? We’ve gathered answers to some of the most frequently asked questions to put your mind at ease.
Most people are familiar with an overnight sleep study, commonly used to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and other sleep disorders. Less well-known is a CPAP titration study. Though there are similarities between the two sleep tests, they have different purposes. Let’s take a deeper look at how a titration study works and how it’s used during the course of sleep apnea diagnosis and treatment.