At-home sleep testing helps to determine whether you’re having trouble breathing while sleeping at home. This test utilizes a very simplified breathing monitor that tracks your breathing, oxygen levels, and breathing effort while worn. It does not fully capture what is monitored with a diagnostic sleep test at our sleep center. Overnight diagnostic sleep tests give a more thorough assessment of sleep issues.
An at-home sleep test may be appropriate for you if you have signs of obstructive sleep apnea, such as, a sleep partner reporting that you snore, snort or gasp while sleeping, disrupted sleep, or daytime sleepiness and want to determine if you may have a sleep disorder. Even after taking an at home sleep test, you may still need to have a diagnostic overnight sleep test at our sleep center for further diagnosis.