Home Sleep Apnea Testing Kit

Home Sleep Apnea Testing Kit

Get a sleep apnea test in the comfort of your home for the low price of only $249!


We will mail you out a sleep apnea testing kit with simple instructions. All you have to do is follow the instructions and sleep with the test unit on. You then just simply send back the sleep apnea testing unit in the provided return box and our clinical sleep experts Analyse the data from the unit. The results are then sent over to a board certified sleep physician for interpretation of the results. If you have a positive test result, meaning that you do indeed have sleep apnea we will call you and arrange for a prescription for sleep apnea equipment. It really is that simple. This whole process saves you time and money.

If you suspect that you may have sleep apnea but your still not sure, just fill out 1 of the 2 sleep apnea questionnaires below to determine the likelihood of apnea events. These tests were specifically designed to determine the likelihood and presence of sleep apnea. These 2 tests have been proven successful and accurate by highly credentialed sleep physicians and organizations dedicated to raising awareness of the prevalence of sleep apnea.

However, it should be noted that most people who suspect they have sleep apnea, do have sleep apnea. 

Our Home Sleep Testing Service Step By Step 

Getting tested for sleep apnea used to be very inconvenient and extremely expensive. You can now be tested in the comfort of your own home. So here is how it works.

  1. You simply order our test kit the Respironics AliceOne Home Sleep Apnea Test Device

  2. We send you the test kit with detailed instructions and a return label. We also send you a medical history form to fill out.

  3. We get the device back and manually score the results by one of our Registered sleep technicians

  4. We give the results of the test to a Board Certified Sleep Physician who interprets the results and makes the necessary recommendations

  5. We will call you with the recommendations and send you a copy of the report.

  6. If you have a positive test for sleep apnea and a CPAP machine is recommended we will send the prescription along with the interpreted report.

  7. All of our patients that use our Home Sleep Testing Program qualify for 20% off all approved CPAP equipment and supplies!


Some sleep disorders can be diagnosed during a routine exam and a conversation with a Board Certified Sleep Specialist. However if you or your physician suspect that you may have sleep apnea or sleep disordered breathing; an overnight polysomnogram (sleep study) is the best way to determine this.

However, for some people, what if the nearest sleep lab is hours away or worse, they are backlogged for several months? Or limitations from disability, lack of child care, or your job restricts you from having the in lab sleep study? In instances such as these, a sleep doctor may recommend or prescribe a home sleep apnea testing device.

Our Home Sleep Test Kit Measures the Following:

There are a number of different home sleep testing devices on the market, but none of them record all of the data parameters that a full in-lab sleep study will. Also, the in-lab sleep studies are monitored by sleep technicians that are there to make sure that monitoring sensors stay in place for accurate data recording as well as your vital signs are within safe parameters. The good news for most people is that home sleep testing devices (HST) are effective in diagnosing obstructive sleep apnea. The data and reporting that we use in our home sleep test kits detect the following parameters listed below.

  1. Detection of Airflow Patterns (Also records snoring events)

  2. Respiratory Effort

  3. Oxygen Saturation Levels

  4. Heart Rate 

Am I Eligible for a Home Sleep Test?

  • You are between 18 and 65 years of age. Home sleep tests are not recommended for children or older adults.

  • You have a high risk of moderate-to-severe sleep apnea. Your risk for sleep apnea can only be determined by a complete sleep evaluation. Key risk factors include loud and frequent snoring, daytime sleepiness, obesity, and witnessed pauses in breathing during sleep.

  • You have no other major medical problems. Other medical problems can affect the results of a home sleep test, including lung disease, neuromuscular disease, and congestive heart failure.

  • You have no other sleep disorders. Other sleep disorders also can affect the results of a home sleep test. During your evaluation the sleep specialist will determine if you show signs of having another sleep disorder. Examples include central sleep apnea, periodic limb movements, insomnia, parasomnias, circadian rhythm sleep disorders, and narcolepsy.

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