You are considered Low Risk.
You are at low risk for obstructive sleep apnea. However, a low risk score does not mean no risk. If you are still having problems with your sleep, consider a consultation with a board-certified sleep physician.
How to Get Diagnosed?
You are concerned that you may have a sleep disorder. We can help! We’ve simplified the process to get diagnosed. No more time off work, no more spending a night in a sleep clinic, and no more hassles waiting for approvals from insurance.
- Complete your Health & Sleep Assessment. Receive the NightOwl disposable home sleep apnea test in the mail. Attach the tiny sensor to your finger overnight. Results are ready in the morning.
- Schedule a one-on-one telehealth appointment with a board-certified sleep physician to discuss your study results and therapy options.
- Receive a prescription for PAP therapy if needed.
- Our sleep experts will reach out to help you pick the right equipment (at an additional cost). A certified sleep coach will help you initiate therapy.