Get Home-Based Comfortable Sleep Apnea Testing

Mar 19, 2020

Do you worry about sleep apnea in the night? If you snore, stop breathing when you sleep, or have sleep issues it could be a sign of sleep apnea. Get a home test today!

If you have trouble sleeping or snore often, it could be a sign of sleep apnea. And now you don’t have to go to hospital to get tested.

Thanks to the new release from Sleep Study Brisbane, you can get tested in the comfort of your own home. It is ideal for those who prefer not to be tested in hospital, and who want more comfort and privacy.

Get checked out today and protect your health with Sleep Study Brisbane!

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With the new service launch, home sleep tests are now available in Brisbane. These at-home tests are very effective in identifying obstructive sleep apnea.

Sleep apnea is a condition where the breathing pauses repeatedly through the night while someone sleeps. That causes the body to wake up in order to resume breathing, in turn impacting the level and quality of sleep.

However there are other risks, like the fact it can contribute to heart disease, diabetes, and more. For this reason, it’s important to get tested.

The at-home testing service from Sleep Study Brisbane will measure sleep pattern, breathing, air flow, oxygen level, heart rate, body position and more. During the home sleep study, a Brisbane-based technician will either come to your home to attache the portable polysomnograph onto you, or if you are able to go for a drive and want to pay a lesser co-payment, you can go their clinic to get the PSG attached to you.

You can sleep in your own bed and have your sleep study in complete privacy and comfort. If however, you may have other more serious conditions, the GP may refer you to have the sleep test completed in a monitored environment like a sleep lab or hospital.

There is no inconvenience for the user, and it’s quick and easy to get results. Studies are analyzed by a sleep specialist, and they will then make a recommendation for you to discuss with your doctor.

The team states: “For our Brisbane home sleep study appointments, we use the Alice PDx, a portable polysomnograph, a device for portable diagnosis of cardio-respiratory sleep disorders used by sleep labs, office-based doctors and home care providers.”

“It provides for a 12 -16 lead channel study including leg movements. The Alice PDx is easy for the Sleep Technician to set up for the patient’s use in the comfort and privacy of their home.”

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