Home Sleep Testing

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Do You Have Trouble Sleeping? We Can Help!

At Regional Health & Testing Center in South Carolina, our home sleep testing services offer a more affordable alternative to traditional hospital sleep lab testing by allowing you to stay in the comfort of your own home. We can help you determine if there is an underlying condition to problems such as daytime fatigue, snoring, and morning headaches.

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How Does At-Home Sleep Testing Work?

You’ll begin by seeing your primary care physician (PCP) and explaining your concerns. From there, your PCP will refer you for a home sleep study if they believe it will be beneficial. At-home sleep testing is an effective tool to help diagnose obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). However, if you suffer from a different medical condition, your PCP may recommend a traditional hospital sleep lab testing.

Once your PCP has given you the necessary referral, you’ll contact our sleep testing center, and we’ll set everything up. We’ll walk you through the process and be there every step of the way to ensure your at-home sleep study goes as smoothly as possible and you can finally find the answers you're looking for to stop the snoring once and for all!

Common Symptoms of OSA

Since at-home sleep testing is recommended for OSA, your PCP will first conduct their own exam to see if your symptoms fit with this condition. Some of the common symptoms of OSA include:

  • Snoring/Loud Snoring

  • Your Sleep Partner Witnessed You Not Breathing While You Were Sleeping

  • General Fatigue and/or Depression

  • Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

  • Irritability

  • Morning Headaches

  • Memory Difficulties

  • Drowsy When Driving (Even if You Just Had a Good Night's Sleep)

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, we recommend you contact your primary care physician at Regional Health & Testing Center to schedule an appointment and see if you’re a good candidate for an at-home sleep test.

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