Sleep apnea is the chronic interruption of breathing for 10 seconds or more during sleep. People with sleep apnea may stop breathing hundreds of times a night, which can lead to several other serious and even life-threatening health problems.

We believe that in-lab sleep studies are the gold standard but some patients cannot sleep in a foreign bed or may have financial hardships and an in lab polysomnography (PSG) may be too costly.

The solution is doing the diagnostic sleep test in the comfort of your own home with At Home Sleep Solutions! Our easy to use device can help determine if a patient may be suffering from Sleep Apnea. Our board certified sleep physicians will analyze the data and interpret and make the appropriate treatment recommendations whether it’s Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT), PAP Therapy, or if further evaluation is needed. We can ship our HST device anywhere in the nation and get the results back quickly.

At Home Sleep Solutions wants to make diagnostic testing easy and affordable so you can have a better night sleep…..z.Z.Z!



Convenient: test in your own bed


Affordable: covered by most insurance plans


Easy: simple device and training, fast results



  1. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA): OSA , the most common form of sleep disorder, results when certain structures — muscles or tissue at the base of the tongue or back of the throat — relax or sag, blocking the flow of air in and out of the lungs during sleep. Despite valiant efforts, OSA sufferers simply can’t get the oxygen they need, resulting in loud snoring, apneas, and frequent arousal from deep sleep.
  2. Central Sleep Apnea (CSA): This type of apnea results when the brain fails to signal to you to breathe. There would be no obvious signs you are trying to breathe, because your brain has failed to send the message to your respiratory muscles. CSA is less common than OSA.
  3. Mixed Sleep Apnea (MSA): As the name implies, this type involves some combination of both OSA and CSA.

No matter what the cause, if you stop breathing the body cannot get the oxygen it needs to function. This lack of oxygen causes you to wake up from deep sleep just before you begin breathing again. People with severe apnea may suffer from such awakenings as many as 500 times a night because of low oxygen levels. It’s no wonder those with apnea may feel irritable or anxious the next day.

In-Home Sleep Test vs. an In-Center Sleep Study


Home Sleep Testing (HST)

A Home Sleep Test takes place in the comfort and convenience of a patient’s home. Prior to the test, the patient is instructed by a technician on how to use the home-testing machine. The patient then goes home, turns on the machine, and sleeps in his own bed while the machine records metrics like the patient’s pulse and the effort he/she is using to breathe. It is a simple, comfortable way to assess if you are suffering from a sleep disorder.


In-Center Sleep Test (Polysomnogram)

A traditional sleep study occurs out of the house at a sleep center. The patient sleeps overnight in a private room. In-center testing permits detailed monitoring of the patient’s brainwaves, oxygen saturation, leg motion, and other critical benchmarks for diagnosing a variety of sleep disorders. A technician oversees the patient throughout the night to ensure the most detailed results possible.

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