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Diagnosis of Sleep Apnea
Talk to Your Healthcare Provider
Complete the attached Sleep Screening Questionnaire and give it to your healthcare provider to start the conversation. If appropriate, your healthcare provider will prescribe a sleep test for you.
Testing in a Sleep Lab
If your healthcare provider determines that testing is right for you, you’ll be required to go to a sleep center and spend the night in their facility. Medical professionals will attach electrodes to your head and body in order to evaluate you for various sleep disorders. In some labs, you may try a form of treatment known as a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) mask. This allows you to experience what therapy is like, should you need it.
Home Sleep Testing
If your doctor believes you are suffering from poor sleep, you may be prescribed a home sleep test. The home version of sleep testing is an easier option, as you will be able to spend the night in your own bed in familiar surroundings. After a brief training by your healthcare provider, you can take home a state-of-the-art device that monitors your heart rate and other physiological signs throughout the night. Opting for a home test could save you money, since the typical price is only a fraction of the cost of an in-lab sleep test.