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A Home Sleep Test
Shipped Right to
Your Door

Get back on track to better sleep with an easy,
convenient and affordable
Home Sleep Test.

Read More Below to Learn How!
Note: At this time, this service will be
available to Texas residents only.
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Step One:

Order Your Test!

Already Have a Home Sleep Study Prescription? You’re one step ahead of the game! When you receive your home sleep test confirmation email you’ll be prompted to upload your prescription.

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No Prescription? No Problem!
We’ve got you covered! CPAP.com has partnered with industry-leading telemedicine services to help you obtain a home sleep study prescription.

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Note: At this time, this service will be
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Step Two:

Time to Sleep!

Wear your home sleep apnea test device and enjoy two nights of comfortable sleep in your own home. When finished, just mail the device back in the
pre-paid return package.

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Note: At this time, this service will be
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Step Three:

Review Your Results

CPAP.com's partner will send a report to your healthcare provider within five business days of receiving your completed study.

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Note: At this time, this service will be
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Why a home sleep study?

Spending a night in a sleep lab is inconvenient and uncomfortable.
Now you can get the accuracy of a
clinical sleep study in the comfort
of your own home.

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What you’ll get:

• 24/7 access to our expert staff
• Budget-friendly sleep test option
• Faster turn-around time
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What you won’t:

• Uncomfortable sleep lab visits
• Endless insurance hurdles
• Impersonal support throughout

Frequently Asked Questions:

Here Are Common Questions About Home Sleep Tests

A home sleep study is an alternative to an in-clinic sleep study. The home sleep study will measure your airflow, pulse oximetry, heart rate, and respiration effort (apnea index) in the comfort of your own home.

If you think you may have sleep apnea, are over 18 years of age, and have no pre-existing conditions, then you may be a perfect candidate for a home sleep test.

Those waking up tired, with headaches, shortness of breath, experience occasional insomnia, or snore or gasp during while sleeping may be experiencing symptoms of sleep apnea. Certain factors such as obesity, a family history of sleep apnea, a neck circumference greater than 16 inches, diabetes, or asthma may put you at a greater risk for sleep apnea.

While opting for a home sleep test has many advantages, there are some individuals that are not candidates for a home sleep study. Those diagnosed with COPD, congestive heart failure, neuromuscular or neurodegenerative diseases, narcolepsy, REM behavior disorder, or use oxygen while sleeping are not candidates for a home sleep study and will need to partake in a clinical sleep study.

A home sleep apnea test involves a simplified monitor that tracks your breathing, oxygen levels, and breathing effort. The sleep study comes in a kit with a few different sensors, each measuring different things. Typically, you will get:

  • Electrodes for the chest (soft electrodes can conform to the wearer's skin)
  • A small oxygen sensor probe
  • A chest belt measuring breaths and sometimes sleep position
  • A nasal cannula to measure airflow

All of these sensors are hooked up to a tiny computer that records the data. When the night is over, the data is sent back to the sleep lab for analysis and the results are sent to the physician or primary care provider.

Yes, studies have shown home sleep test results are comparable to sleep lab results for several parameters. Researchers also discovered patients were able to achieve more frequent rates of deeper sleep periods during home studies. This suggests that sleeping in a familiar environment facilitates the transition into REM sleep.

Yes, our home sleep study meets DOT and FAA requirements.

CPAP.com does not participate with Medicare or any private or government based insurers and will not file any claims for reimbursement; all purchases are private pay. Please note, Medicare and Medicaid will not reimburse you for any CPAP.com purchases. Read our full insurance policy here.

The cost of an at-home sleep study is $199. Our kit includes:

  • Rental of the home sleep study equipment
  • Shipping both ways
  • Review and interpretation of your sleep study data by a board-certified sleep doctor
  • A CPAP/APAP/BiPAP prescription, as needed

Yes, our sleep study requires a prescription. If you do not have a prescription, no need to panic (or make an appointment)! Our telemedicine partner is here to help; Just be sure to select the home sleep test bundle that includes a virtual doctor consultation.

If our physician finds that a sleep study would be beneficial, they will provide a prescription and you will receive the home sleep test. However, if our doctor determines a home sleep test is not right for you, we'll refund you $149.00, no questions asked.

Please Note: To facilitate the virtual doctor visit, you will download the Careconvene app available in both the Apple and Google stores.

On the day of the test, you should not nap, consume caffeine, or drink alcohol. Doing so can make it harder to fall asleep, and consuming caffeine and alcohol can interfere with the data a sleep study collects.

CPAP.com's partner will send a report to your healthcare provider within five business days of receiving a completed study.

Your healthcare provider will discuss the results with you and determine the best course of action based upon your symptoms, and the findings of the study.

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