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Home Sleep Testing
Is As Easy As 1-2-3

Avoid the hassle and expense of an in-lab sleep study, get tested in the comfort of your own home for only $295 with free shipping and no sales tax.

Take the first step towards
better sleep today with an
at-home sleep apnea test!

Order now without a referral or prescription

Gold-standard home sleep testing equipment

Receive a formal report read by a board-certified doctor

Home Sleep Testing
Is As Easy As 1-2-3

Take the first step towards better sleep today with an at-home sleep apnea test!

  • Gold-standard home sleep testing equipment
  • Order now without a referral or prescription
  • Receive a formal report read by a board-certified doctor

It's This Easy

Step 1

Click the green button and take 2-3 minutes to fill out the form. Your kit will arrive in 2-3 business days.

Step 2

At your normal bedtime, quickly and easily connect the device then go to sleep in your own bed!

Step 3

Return the test kit in the envelope provided. Receive your sleep study report in a secure email in 3-4 days!

Still have questions?

Let us contact you to give you more information or help you order a test. We will reach out to you within one business day.

Over 8,000 patients have chosen Singular Sleep for their home sleep apnea test

Save money and reduce hassle: avoid an uncomfortable and expensive night in a sleep lab. An in-lab sleep apnea test can cost up to $8,000; compare this to our $295 online home sleep study test fee. You'll be able to perform the test in the comfort of your own bed with no one watching you.

Fast turnaround time: complete the quick and easy sleep study online order form now and your at home sleep study kit ships within 1 business day; no referral is required! We offer expedited options if needed. You'll receive your sleep study test results by secure email 2-3 business days after we receive the kit back.

At Singular Sleep we support you throughout the whole process: before, during and after

Accuracy counts: home sleep apnea testing has been proven to be just as good as in-lab testing for diagnosing obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in people who are at risk for the disorder*. Every minute of your at home sleep apnea test is reviewed by our fellowship-trained, board-certified sleep doctor.

Complete sleep apnea solutions: if the sleep test report shows sleep apnea, you can schedule an online sleep doctor consultation with the sleep doctor who read your study to review the report and get a prescription for treatment; we also supply CPAP, BiPAP, and alternative treatments at competitive prices.

Long-term results: sleep apnea is a chronic medical problem and, like a traditional sleep center, we are able to remotely monitor how well your therapy is working and adjust your CPAP's settings to keep you healthy.

Meet Your Doctor

About Dr Joseph Krainin
  • Double board-certified in sleep medicine and neurology
  • Over 10 years of experience practicing sleep medicine
  • Elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine for distinguished contributions to the field
  • Graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine
  • Graduate of University of Michigan's Sleep Medicine Fellowship program
  • Multiple publications in the field of sleep medicine
  • Licensed to practice medicine in 47 states
  • Named one of the best sleep doctors in the country**

Common FAQs

  • Before Your Sleep Test
  • During Your Sleep Test
  • After Your Sleep Test
  • Sleep Apnea Basics

Will my insurance company cover the cost of the home sleep apnea test?

Singular Sleep is considered an out-of-network provider for insurances like Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), Aetna, Humana, Medicare, Cigna, Tricare, United and others. Our staff can help you complete and submit an out-of-network claim to your insurance company for reimbursement or to count towards your deductible. Medicare and Medicaid do not accept such claims.

Can I order a home sleep apnea test online without a prescription or getting a referral from my doctor?

Yes, as long as you live in one of the following states/territories where we offer this service:

  • Alabama
  • Alaska                                            
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Guam *referral required
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri

 

  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

Will I get a prescription if my Home Sleep Test results are positive?

State laws mandate that a patient must establish a patient-doctor relationship before a provider can give a prescription. Telemedicine visits with live video are now considered to be equivalent to in-person visits in establishing the patient-doctor relationship. Our physician will be able to provide you a prescription for CPAP or other sleep apnea treatments after you have an online consultation with him.

How long will it take to get my results?

If you take the test as soon as you get it, perform it successfully, and then mail it back to us immediately, you should get your sleep study report within 10 business days from your date of order. If you need to get results sooner, you can select our expedited options. With expedited shipping and test interpretation, you can get your test results in as few as 3 days.

I’m already on CPAP/BIPAP/APAP, how will this affect my study?

You can take the home sleep test while using PAP at your current settings to see if your sleep apnea is fully-treated. However, if you are using a nasal pillows mask, you will not be able to use the nasal cannula that measures airflow so less data will be available for the doctor to interpret.

For how many nights do I have the device?

The rental of the home sleep testing device is for 4 nights. Please make sure that you return the device with the included return label and packaging within this time frame to avoid late fees.

Do I have to use it all 4 nights?

No. Only one night's worth of good data is needed in order for the doctor to determine whether you have sleep apnea.

All 4 of my lights did not flash green. What do I do?

During setup, if you cannot get all the lights to flash green, please watch this video to troubleshoot. If you can't solve the problem after watching the video and you've had the study for several days, try changing the batteries. If you're still unable to achieve a complete set of green lights to start the study, please contact us at (844) 757-9355 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Eastern Time.

How long should I wear it?

In order for us to be able to provide a report and avoid the possibility of having to repeat the study, we recommend that you obtain at least 6 hours of sleep during the recording.

I have other questions about this device. What should I do?

Give us a call! We are very knowledgeable about our equipment and can answer any questions you might have. Call us at (844) 757-9355 or email your question to info@singularsleep.com.

My Good Study Indicator did not show that all 4 lights illuminated. What should I do?

When you check the Good Study Indicator in the morning after the test, if the device displays fewer than 4 green lights do not return the study and call Singular Sleep at your earliest convenience at (844) 757-9355, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern Time to troubleshoot.

I’m done with my test. What do I do?

Pack the device (including the blue chest belt) into the box it came in and place in the pre-labeled return envelope provided. Then post the envelope with the United States Postal Service (USPS). You can put the envelope in a blue USPS box.

I sent in my device. How long will it be until I get my report?

Once your device arrives at our facility, it generally takes 2-3 business days for the doctor to review and interpret the data. Once we have the report, we will email it to you via a secure link.

My report shows that I have sleep apnea. What is the next step?

In order to begin treatment, you will need to meet with a doctor. The board-certified sleep doctor who read your sleep study is available to consult with you online about your results, formulate an individualized treatment plan with you, and prescribe you treatment. At the appropriate time, we will assist you with scheduling the consultation.

It’s been several days since I sent in my device and I haven’t gotten my report yet.

Please check the Spam folder in your email account. Sometimes our emails get redirected there. If you still can't find the results, please contact us at (844) 757-9355, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Eastern Time or email us at info@singularsleep.com.

What is obstructive sleep apnea?

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a medical disorder that is caused by repetitive collapse of the upper airway (back of the throat) during sleep. For the purposes of sleep studies, episodes of full upper airway collapse for at least ten seconds are called apneas. Episodes of partial airway collapse for at least ten seconds that result in a significant blood oxygen level drop (3-4% depending on what criteria is used), a brain awakening, or both are called hypopneas. If a sleep study demonstrates an average of five or more combined apneas and hypopneas per hour, the study supports a diagnosis of OSA. Generally, at least four hours of sleep are desired to evaluate for the disorder. Central sleep apnea (CSA) is much less common than OSA. The root cause of CSA is a communication failure between the brainstem (the "central" generator of breathing) and the lungs. There are multiple subtypes of CSA. When there is a mixture of OSA and CSA on a sleep study, the term "complex sleep apnea" is used.

What are the most common sleep anpea symptoms and signs?

Common obstructive sleep apnea symptoms, signs, and risk factors include:

  • snoring on the majority of nights of the week (loudness of snoring isn't as important as regularity of snoring)
  • feeling unrefreshed after a full night's sleep
  • frequent awakenings during the night
  • excessive daytime sleepiness or fatigue
  • overweight (body mass index [BMI] 25-29.9) or obese (BMI ≥30)
  • your bed partner voices concerns about abnormal breathing (such as that you stop breathing) in your sleep
  • waking up gasping, coughing or choking
  • neck circumference ≥17" in men or ≥16" in women
  • cigarette smoking

Other, more subtle signs may indicate OSA, such as:

  • extremely restless sleep
  • waking up in the morning with headaches
  • nighttime acid reflux
  • feeling hot and sweaty during the night or needing the bedroom extremely cool
  • needing to urinate multiple times during the night

These factors may also influence sleep apnea risk:

  • age: sleep apnea rates increase as we get older
  • sex: men have higher risk until women finish menopause, then risk equilibrates
  • family history
  • cigarette smoking
  • structural jaw abnormalities, e.g. micrognathia (small lower jaw) and retrognathia (set-back, recessed lower jaw), narrow, high-arched palate (upper jaw)
  • large tonsils
  • large adenoids
  • allergies
  • asthma
  • race/ethnicity: African-Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Mexicans are at increased risk. Some research suggests that Asians, even when normal weight, are at increased risk due to face, head, and jaw structure.
  • alcohol consumption or sedative/hypnotic medications near bedtime
  • head shapes such as dolicocephaly (long, narrow head)

Additionally, there are many medical problems that can cause sleep apnea.

 

What are the most common sleep apnea causes?

As depicted below, obstructive sleep apnea is caused by the back of your throat being too narrow and closing up repetitively during the night:

 

home sleep test for obstructive sleep apnea

Common risk factors that lead to narrowing of the upper airway:

  • weight
  • neck size
  • smoking
  • jaw structure

Alcohol and certain medications like sedatives and muscle relaxants can make your airway more prone to collapse.

 

Can sleep apnea cause other medical problems?

OSA can cause or worsen numerous medical problems, reducing the quality and length of your life. Sleep apnea can cause:

  • high blood pressure
  • diabetes
  • heart attack
  • stroke
  • atrial fibrillation
  • sudden and premature death

For a comprehensive list of sleep apnea-related medical problems, click here.

Are there any free sleep apnea screening tests?

Yes, click the button below if you'd like to receive our scientifically-validated, free, online sleep apnea screening tests:

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"I'd struggled to sleep for years without being able to get answers. Dr. Krainin was able to quickly diagnose me with a sleep disorder, and now I'm finally getting the rest I need. Thank you, Singular Sleep!"
- Aaron G.

"My experience with Singular Sleep has been wonderful! They mailed me the sleep apnea study equipment for a one-night sleep test right away. It is so much better to do it this way than going to a sleep clinic and spending the night. I am very, very pleased with the Singular Sleep telemedicine experience!"
- Fran B.

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