Think you might have a sleep disorder? Find out for yourself.
Help Diagnose Yourself
At The Center for Sound Sleep, home sleep monitoring has two important roles. First, home sleep recorders are a wonderful way to screen for obstructive sleep apnea without having a sleep study, called a polysomnogram (PSG), done in a sleep laboratory. While only a PSG can give an official diagnosis for obstructive sleep apnea, our home sleep recorder provides important information regarding your sleep, your oxygen levels during sleep and can let us know if a visit to a sleep lab is necessary.
Check the Results of Treatment
Secondly, home sleep monitoring allows us to verify the success of oral appliance therapy in the patients we treat. Oral appliance therapy should never be performed without a follow-up to confirm the level of success of the therapy. The home sleep recorder ensures that we accurately measure the level of success of our therapy.
Interested in recording your sleep? Contact us to use our home sleep recorder.