CPAP Machines and Supplies - Sleep Diagnostics
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At CPAP Machines and Supplies, we are dedicated to helping you manage sleep disorders effectively through the use of CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) devices and supplies. Explore our sleep diagnostic services and products designed to improve your sleep quality:
*Level 1 Sleep Study*
*In-Depth Sleep Analysis*
If you’re looking for a more comprehensive evaluation, consider our Level 1 Sleep Study. You can choose to conduct the study at home or at our partner hotel, where our skilled sleep technicians will observe you throughout the night. This thorough study provides an extensive assessment of your sleep patterns and aids in the development of personalized treatment plans.
At CPAP Machines and Supplies, we provide a range of CPAP machines and accessories to support your sleep therapy journey. Quality and comfort are our top priorities, ensuring you get the best night’s sleep possible.
Select CPAP Machines and Supplies for comprehensive sleep diagnostic services and high-quality CPAP solutions that make a real difference in your sleep quality and overall well-being.
How to prepare for a sleep study?
Preparing for a sleep study, also known as a polysomnogram, is important to ensure accurate results. Here are some steps you can take to get ready for your sleep study:
- Avoid Caffeine and Stimulants:
- Refrain from consuming caffeine or other stimulants (like nicotine) in the hours leading up to your study. These can interfere with your ability to fall asleep.
- Avoid Alcohol and Sedatives:
- Similarly, avoid alcohol and sedatives, as they can also interfere with the sleep patterns that the study is meant to monitor.
- Inform the Technicians:
- If you have any medical conditions, allergies, or are taking any medications, inform the sleep center in advance. This information will help them make any necessary adjustments.
- Comfortable Clothing:
- Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Avoid anything that may constrict movement or cause discomfort during sleep.
- Hair and Skin Care:
- Avoid using hair gels, oils, or any heavy skincare products. These can interfere with the electrodes that will be attached to your scalp and skin.
- Limit Naps:
- Try to avoid taking long or irregular naps during the day before your study. This can help ensure that you’re naturally tired when it’s time for the study.
- Arrive on Time:
- Arrive on time. Give yourself enough time to settle in and get comfortable before the study begins.
- Bring Comfort Items:
- If you have specific items (like a favorite pillow or blanket) that help you sleep better, feel free to bring them with you.
- Inform the Technicians of Any Special Requirements:
- If you have any specific needs or requirements, such as dietary restrictions, let the technicians know in advance.
- Maintain Your Usual Routine:
- Try to maintain your normal routine as much as possible leading up to the study. This includes eating regular meals and getting some light exercise.
- Relax and Stay Calm:
- It’s natural to feel a bit nervous or anxious about the study. Try some relaxation techniques like deep breathing exercises to help calm your nerves.
Note: Hotel accommodation is not included in the price of the testing service.
Polysomnogram Diagnostic Test
A PSG (Polysomnogram) is a diagnostic sleep study used to monitor and assess various physiological factors. It involves the use of multiple sensors and instruments to gather data about your sleep patterns and any potential sleep disorders.
Polysomnogram Therapeutic Test
It involves continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) titration. It determines the pressure that the OSA patient needs to open up his airways during sleep and treat the respiratory events.
Polysomnogram Combined Test/ Split Night
A split-night sleep study, also known as a split-night polysomnogram (PSG), is a type of diagnostic test used to evaluate sleep disorders, particularly sleep apnea. It combines two types of sleep studies within a single night: a baseline diagnostic portion and a treatment portion.
Polysomnogram MSLT Test
The MSLT is a daytime test designed to evaluate a person’s propensity to fall asleep and assess the presence of excessive daytime sleepiness, which can be indicative of conditions like narcolepsy.