What’s Obstructive Sleep Apnea anyway?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is the most common of Sleep Disordered Breathing
and occurs when a patient’s upper airway closes during sleep (either partially or fully) while attempting to breathe. Click the video below (with permission of ResMed)-

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OSA and


Patients with Hypertension
have OSA


Patients with Drug resistant
Hypertension have OSA


Patients with Congestive Heart Failure and Stroke have SDB

Sleep Risk Test

Take our Sleep Risk Test and then (if necessary) our proprietary, clinically-validated screener which assesses OSA risk and severity with over 90% accuracy

Why is treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea so important?

Severe OSA patients have significantly higher incidents of death &
cardiovascular fatal events Vs patients treated with CPAP

No treatment
Treating OSA

Why choose SleepMed?

We’re the largest private sleep diagnostics provider in the nation. Our hospital-based, physician-based and freestanding care sites have been helping American’s sleep better since 1999.

High-tech sleep testing at the comfort of your home

ARES™ was designed to be used from the comfort of home, in order to capture the most accurate information about a patient’s actual sleeping patterns. ARES™ is worn on the forehead and accommodates all sleep positions.

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