Home Sleep Apnea Test
Do you suspect you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)? We've partnered with restASSURED to bring you an easy, affordable sleep test you can do at home.
What Can I Expect?
Simply answer a few questions about your sleep patterns! Take the quick, free assessment about your symptoms to determine if an appointment with a board-certified sleep physician is the right next step.
Meet With a Certified Sleep Doctor
If needed, you’ll make a telehealth appointment with a sleep medicine specialist who will evaluate your responses and symptoms. They'll decide whether you may benefit from a home sleep study.
Receive Your Home Sleep Test & Complete It From the Comfort of Your Own Bed!
Next, restASSURED will ship your home sleep test directly to your door!
Simply Apply the Test and Fall Asleep...
The easy-to-use home sleep test you'll receive is the Wesper digital sleep test. A compact and gentle patch coupled with a simple phone app allows for state-of-the-art monitoring of your sleep, allowing your physician to clearly and quickly read your results the very next morning!
Finalize Your Sleep Apnea Diagnosis
Your sleep data will then be reviewed and evaluated by the healthcare provider, using the home sleep test's results to determine a diagnosis and recommend treatment options. If CPAP therapy is prescribed, we’ll get you set up with the best products for you unique needs, including CPAP machines, masks, and everything else you need to get off to a great start.
Enjoy the Benefits of Better Sleep
If identified that you have sleep apnea and will benefit from treatment, you can get your CPAP essentials through CPAPsupplies.com! From CPAP machines to masks to replacement essentials and more, you can get it all here at great prices.
Some patients immediately feel increased energy levels with their CPAP therapy, while others notice a difference in just a couple of weeks, and you can be one of them — starting with an easy and effective home sleep test!
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Know if I Have Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Loud snoring is often the first clue for many people who are later diagnosed with sleep apnea, though there are many other warning signs. When airway muscles relax during sleep, they may partially collapse and block the flow of air in and out of your lungs. Snoring is often the result, as airflow becomes strained and causes airway muscles to vibrate on the exhale and inhale.
While you may suspect you have sleep apnea, only a healthcare provider can evaluate your symptoms, health history, and risk factors and make an official diagnosis.
Sleep apnea is a very common sleep disorder, but if left untreated it can be serious. If you experience sleep apnea symptoms frequently, you should consult with your doctor.
You’ll need a prescription to undergo any kind of test for sleep apnea, and there are several testing methods available, including an in-lab sleep study and some at-home options.
How Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treated?
The most common treatment for OSA is CPAP therapy. CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure and it’s considered the gold standard in care for this particular sleep disorder.
With untreated OSA, the upper airways collapse during the night due to excess weight of the muscles around the throat or certain anatomical features that make it difficult to sustain unobstructed breathing. CPAP therapy is used to combat these anatomical blockages and ensure you get the oxygen (and uninterrupted sleep) your body needs to stay healthy.
Here’s how it works. A CPAP machine is used to generate the air pressure needed to keep your upper airways open all night. The air pressure flows through a tube and it’s administered through a CPAP mask that is secured over your mouth and nose. This airway pressure basically acts like a stint, forcing your airways open so you can maintain your normal breathing patterns all night.
Treating sleep apnea is critical for your health because it not only impacts your sleep quality and leaves you feeling tired during the day, but it also can increase your risk for multiple health conditions. These include heart disease, diabetes, obesity, depression, and more.
Why Choose restASSURED Through CPAPSupplies.com?
People often find a traditional lab sleep test inconvenient. Whether they live too far from a sleep center, can't find the right doctor, or simply don't have the time, restASSURED is an ideal solution you can use in your own home. It's easily accessible and a truly convenient option that eliminates the need for travel, long wait times, and other potential hassles.
It's estimated that an at-home sleep apnea test comes in at just 21% of the cost of a sleep clinic study. One recent report put the cost of an in-lab sleep study at over $10K. Beyond just the cost of the test itself, there are plenty of other expenses involved in a lab study. These include things like transportation, childcare, and time off work.
The Comforts of Home
For most people, spending the night in a strange place to undergo a polysomnograpy is uncomfortable, especially with all of the cords and monitors attached. It may be difficult to sleep as you normally would in such an environment.