23 Sleep Apnea LP
1. Receive the Sleep Image Ring.
2. Wear it to sleep for 2 nights.
3. Send it back and receive results from a Sleep MD in 5 days.
Typically, sleep tests are performed at a lab, where you begin the study by spending a night at a hospital hooked up to a bunch of cables and devices, making it nearly impossible to actually get a good night’s sleep.
It’s not just the discomfort that can cause the results of the test to be skewed, but not many people can actually get comfortable enough with the sounds, lights and distractions to actually rest.
That’s where we get it right.
From test to results, our system only takes 5 days to complete. Take a look at our program:
It goes like this: we send you the Sleep Image Ring for 2 nights. You rest easy, wearing the ring – in the comfort of your own home. A certified, Sleep MD evaluates the results and, if you choose, we schedule a 10 minute consultation where you can have your questions answered.
– Tests evaluated by a certified Sleep MD
– Test to results takes just 5 days
– You sleep in your bed, in your home
– 10 minute consultation with a medical professional included
– Includes physician analysis of results
– Insurance is not billed
– No lab, no wires and no stress, just results
Within 5 days of completing the at-home sleep evaluation, you will receive a physician diagnosis and prescription from a certified Sleep MD.
The report shows a full diagnosis of your sleep results and you can then take it to any doctor or provider of your choice.
Have questions? Get answers.
Our Home Sleep Test includes a 10 minute consultation with our medical director where all questions about the exam and results are answered.
For those interested, the doctor can also help schedule another call to discuss treatment options.
A staggering 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea.
Current estimates suggest that up to 80% percent of people that suffer from moderate or severe obstructive sleep apnea have never been diagnosed.
With so many people affected, it’s become a huge problem for many, many people. It may be a problem for you. In fact, there are a series of symptoms that may indicate that you have OSA. These symptoms include:
– Snoring, choking or gasping during sleep
– Long pauses or interruptions in breathing
– Abrupt waking in the night
– Insomnia or Restless sleep
– Daytime drowsiness
If any of these symptoms sound familiar, you may have sleep apnea, and you are not alone. Help is here.
A new device makes it possible to find out from your very own home. And it comes with a complete diagnosis and consultation from a medical professional.
Getting started has never been easier. Our system lets you sleep in your own bed. No wires. No beeping lights. And no disturbing noises. Take the first step in treating and eliminating these symptoms, and get the rest you need.
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