candidates for Home Sleep Tests
*If you believe you have another sleep disorder, or if you have certain medical comorbidities such as COPD, Congestive Heart Failure, or neuromuscular disease, then see your primary care physician about participating in an in-lab sleep study.
Join Our Partner Program
ApneaMed’s Home Sleep Test and
Order a Home Sleep Test
Complete your Sleep Test at home
Return the home sleep test device, and one of our Board Certified Sleep Physicians will interpret your results and provide you with an official diagnosis
If Sleep Apnea is diagnosed, order your CPAP machine
Track your compliance and order replacement supplies as needed
Sleep Apnea & ApneaMed
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common sleep disorder affecting tens of millions of Americans. Regular breathing patterns during sleep are constantly interrupted due to obstructed airways. The most common causes of obstructive sleep apnea include excessive weight, soft tissue collapse, or an enlarged palate, tongue, tonsils, or adenoids. These obstructions in the upper airway lead to a decrease in airflow, causing snoring, hypopneas, and apneas.
Sleep apnea has immediate effects on your day-to-day energy levels. Left untreated for prolonged periods, OSA also increases your risk of more serious health issues including heart disease, hypertension, stroke, dementia, erectile dysfunction, cancer, diabetes, memory loss, weight gain, daytime sleepiness, and premature death.
Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) is the most common approach to treating OSA. PAP treatment delivers pressurized through a mask that covers the nose and/or mouth. This opens the airway, allowing you to breathe normally and stay asleep through the night.
ApneaMed provides a high-quality alternative for OSA diagnosis and treatment. Our home sleep test and AutoPAP treatment cost less than most insurance copays. With ApneaMed, patients can receive faster treatment than if they were to participate in traditional in-lab sleep studies for diagnosing OSA
Our board-certified sleep physicians and registered sleep technologists formed ApneaMed in 2016 to assist millions of OSA sufferers worldwide in finding fast, affordable services for diagnosing and treating their sleep apnea.