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    What is Sleep Study Test?

    Sleep Study Test, also known as Polysomnography, is a kind of test used to identify sleep disorders. Most of the sleep study tests are done in sleep specific labs or sleep clinics, however Well Sleep Solution provide both options to patients whether to take sleep study tests at home or at a lab in which they are comfortable. During sleep study, several sensors are affixed to your body during your sleep at night in order to track and record various activities happening during your sleep, including:

    • Brain waves: To determine the stages of sleep, electrodes are attached to your head scalp to measure brain activity.
    • Eye movements: REM (rapid eye movements} during deep sleep period, is monitored by sensors positioned close to your eyes.
    • Muscle activity: Patient’s limbs and chin are affixed by sensors that track the tone and movement of your muscles.
    • Heart rhythm and rate: Electrodes attached on patient’s chest area to track cardiac activities.
    • Breathing patterns: Sensors placed on patient’s abdominal and chest, monitors the airflow and breathing efforts.

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    Frequently Asked Questions :-

    Sleep study tests, also known as polysomnography [PSG] can have different costs based on various factors, such as the type of study whether it is carried out at lab or at home, the location where the test is conducted and any extra equipment or sensor required. Below is a list of some of the variables that may affect the price:

    • Level 2 PSG (Home sleep apnea test): The main purpose of this level of sleep study, is to identify obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Compared to a Level 1 PSG, This sleep study can be conducted at the patient’s home, it is not important for the patient to be present at the sleep lab. Sleep study level 2 monitors fewer parameters in comparison to Level 1 PSG. Usually just airflow, breathing effort, oxygen levels, and occasionally heart rate are monitored.
    • Level 3 PSG (Limited channel study): Level 3 Sleep study test, is mostly carried out at home, is used to identify breathing issues associated with sleep, such OSA. Compared to a Level 2 PSG, it monitors a smaller range of characteristics, usually airflow, breathing efforts during deep sleep and oxygen levels.
    • Level 4 PSG (Cardiorespiratory monitoring): This is the most basic kind of sleep study test, often utilized to measure heart rate and breathing rhythms sleep. It is usually helpful in monitoring a small set of parameters and is employed in particular circumstances where more detailed test is not required.

    To Diagnose these below mentioned sleep related disorders, Sleep Study test is required for knowing better condition.

    • Suspected narcolepsy: For individuals experiencing excessive daytime sleepiness, sudden loss of muscle tone (cataplexy), hallucinations, or sleep paralysis, a sleep study along with a daytime nap study (multiple sleep latency test) may be used to diagnose narcolepsy.
    • Unexplained chronic insomnia: If a person has difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep and this is happening continuously over and over again despite having good sleep hygiene, a sleep study can help identify any underlying sleep disorders contributing to the insomnia.
    • Restless legs syndrome (RLS) or periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD): For individuals with sensations in the legs that cause an urge to move and involuntary leg movements during sleep, a sleep study can help diagnose RLS or PLMD.
    • Other sleep-related disorders: Sleep studies may also be used to diagnose other sleep disorders, such as REM sleep behaviour disorder, parasomnias, and certain types of insomnia.

    There is no specific age limit for a sleep study test, as it can be performed on individuals of all ages, from infants to the elderly. Sleep studies may be conducted for different reasons at different stages of life:

    • Adolescents: Sleep studies may be performed on adolescents for similar reasons as adults, such as suspected sleep apnea or other sleep disorders affecting sleep quality.
    • Adults: Sleep studies are commonly performed on adults to diagnose and assess various sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, and restless legs syndrome.
    • Elderly: Sleep studies in the elderly may be conducted to evaluate sleep disorders that become more prevalent with age, such as sleep apnea or periodic limb movement disorder.

    It is a non-invasive procedure that involves attaching sensors to various parts of your body to monitor your sleep patterns and physiological functions.

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