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How the Sleep Test Works
Your at-home sleep test monitors your sleep and your respiration. In the morning, your sleep test will know long you spent in certain stages of sleep and information about pauses in breathing, the absence of breathing, how difficult it is for you to breathe, and the quality of each breath.
Your sleep test is convenient and straightforward but highly sensitive, giving your sleep doctor the information they need to assess your sleep apnea.
What to Expect
When you order a home sleep test from SleepTest.com, your sleep test device will be shipped directly to your doorstep using priority shipping. The device enclosed will be properly packed and tested before you receive it. Patients have a 5-day window to complete their 2-night home sleep test.
Once you have your Sleep Image Ring in hand, you will use it for two nights in a row.
To get started, download the SleepImage App then sign in with your SleepImage Patient ID and Date of Birth. Pair Your Recorder, then Start Recording!
Step 1. Order a Sleep Test.
Step 2. Take the Sleep Test.
Step 3. Get Your Results.
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SleepImage Ring - Sleep Better. Live Better.
SleepImage Ring is a revolutionary approach to screen, diagnose and manage sleep health in children & adults. Easy to use, comfortable to wear, the SleepImage Ring streams date to the SleepImage Mobile App.
Benefits of using the SleepImage Ring & SleepImage Mobile App:
- Measures sleep quality
- Measures sleep duration
- Evaluates sleep disorders
- Diagnoses sleep apnea - obstructive and central
- Manages sleep disorder treatment and treatment efficacy
Download the SleepImage App
The SleepImage Mobile App is a Medical Device Data System (MDDS) intended to transfer, store and display data from a compatible recording device to the cloud-based SleepImage System Software as a Medical Device (SaMD). In order to complete a home sleep test using the SleepImage Ring, you'll need to:
- Download the SleepImage App
- Sign in with our SleepImage Patient ID and date of birth
- Pair your recorder
- Start recording
Sleep Test Results Delivered
What to Expect with Telemedicine
Not all patients need to have a consultation before receiving their sleep test. This is, however, required by some insurance companies if a person wants the insurance company to cover the cost of a sleep test.
During a pre-sleep test consultation, you will have a scheduled consultation with a sleep physician that may include:
- Screening for sleep apnea and snoring
- Education on signs and symptoms of sleep apnea
- Referral for sleep testing for at-risk patients
After your sleep test, our sleep physician will schedule a consultation with you to review your diagnostic data, help you understand the sleep test data and discuss your treatment options. Learn more about telemedicine.
Our sleep tests are very accurate. We use the top equipment in the industry operating at a 97% success testing rate.
Patients using medical insurance will be responsible for copays of any telemedicine visits and their deductible/coinsurance for the sleep test. We offer affordable prices for patients not using insurance.
If SleepTest is unable to retrieve Study Information from a Testing Device as a result of Your error in using the Testing Device, as will be determined in the sole and absolute discretion of SleepTest, You may be charged a re-testing fee (“Re-Testing Fee(s)”) in the amount of Ninety-Nine Dollars ($99.00).
Yes! Our telemedicine visits and home sleep tests qualify for both health savings accounts and flex spending accounts.
2-night home sleep tests increase our success rate and minimize potential retesting occurrences. This also ensures we gather enough data for our affiliate sleep physicians to properly interpret the study.
You can easily get a sleep test by telling your doctor about our service, find a provider, or simply order a test for yourself.
Patients who are referred by a subscribing provider will have their results delivered to their provider within 1-2 business days after the home sleep test has been received by SleepTest.com. Patients who order their sleep test through our website receive their results to their SleepTest.com Patient Portal within 1-2 business days after the home sleep test has been received by SleepTest.com.
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An estimated 29.4 million adults in the U.S. have sleep apnea, and 80% go undiagnosed and untreated. Unfortunately, many men write off their sleep apnea as insomnia, and women underreport snoring. This makes it difficult for physicians and dentists to screen for sleep apnea, diagnose, and provide life-changing treatment.
27.4% of adults take melatonin as a sleep aid, according to the Sleep Foundation. Most of those say that it helps them fall asleep faster and take it on average four days per week. Melatonin pills are widely available over the counter in drug stores and grocery stores but it’s also a natural hormone that our bodies produce as a response to darkness to help us fall asleep. So, if our bodies make melatonin naturally, wouldn’t it be okay for those with sleep apnea to take more of it? Simply, no. Melatonin is not recommended for those with sleep apnea. Here’s why.
Finding out that you have obstructive sleep apnea is equal parts relief and uncertainty. On the one hand, you’ve finally discovered the cause of your snoring, daytime sleepiness, and cognitive changes. On the other hand, you’re left with a choice, should you use CPAP or oral appliance therapy to treat your sleep apnea?