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  • What to expect after sleep studies?

    What to expect after sleep studies?

    Sleep studies are the medical procedures that determine the quality, performance, or reliability of sleep. After sleep studies, your doctor will examine your medical history, sleep history and the test results to make a diagnosis.

  • How sleep position affects sleep quality?

    How sleep position affects sleep quality?

    Understand Sleep Studies - The body adjusts at night to find the most comfortable position for sleeping. Consult your doctor if you have problems in this natural occurence.

  • What are the risks of sleep studies?

    What are the risks of sleep studies?

    Sleep studies are painless. There's a small risk of skin irritation from the sensors. The irritation will go away once the sensors are removed.

  • What are the various types of Sleep Studies?

    What are the various types of Sleep Studies?

    Different types of Sleep Studies are Polysomnogram, multiple sleep latency test, Maintenance of wakefulness test and Home-based portable monitor.

  • What are sleep studies used for?

    What are sleep studies used for?

    Doctor will use your sleep studies results or medical histories to make a diagnosis and create a treatment plan.

  • Who Needs to Sleep Studies?

    Who Needs to Sleep Studies?

    Your doctor will work with you to help decide whether you need a sleep studies. Read more!

  • What to expect before Sleep Studies?

    What to expect before Sleep Studies?

    Before a sleep study, your doctor may ask you about your sleep habits and whether you feel well rested and alert during the day.

  • What to expect during Sleep Studies?

    What to expect during Sleep Studies?

    During the first half of the night, your sleep patterns will records. At the start of the second half, they wake you to fit a CPAP mask over your nose and/or mouth.

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