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Sleep Apnea Testing

More than 12 million people are suffering from sleep apnea, a common disorder where they stop breathing for periods of time during sleep. Throughout the night there are people all over the world who are unable to remain in deep sleep as obstructive, central, and mixed apnea stops them breathing for as long as a minute at a time, preventing them (and some cases their spouses as well) from getting the good night sleep they deserve. If this sounds like you, it’s time you put an end to the sleepless nights with the help of sleep apnea testing. Sleep apnea testing may be the difference between a healthier, livelier, more vibrant you. You will tell the difference with your first good sleep in years.

Sleeping is a vital part in living a long and healthy life, as this is the time your body truly goes to work. Sleep helps you fight off weight issues, protect you from diseases, commit information to memory and, the obvious, helps you sustain from moodiness and irritability. This is why sleep apnea testing is so important as finding the solution for your sleep disorder will not only help you rest, but it will affect your overall quality of life.

Our sleep specialists are committed to assisting you sleeping all through the night. Sleep apnea often goes untreated or mistaken for just normal snoring. But with the help of with our sleep apnea testing, you can change your life and get the most out of every moment…day or night.

Testing for Sleep Apnea:

Sleep Apnea testing is now being extended to the comfort of your own home at a cost that is significantly lower than laboratories, often by more than 50%. Now you can get healthy from the comfort of your own bed. But before you start your sleep apnea testing, here are a few things you should know on how sleep apnea may be affecting you.

Sleep Apnea Facts:

  • Over 20 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea
  • 90 Percent of Obstructive Sleep Apnea patients are still undiagnosed
  • Sleep Apnea can be fatal if not treated
  • 80% of depression is sleep related
  • Accidents are 7 times more likely with untreated patients
  • Untreated Sleep Apnea can cause or worsen High Blood Pressure, create a risk for a Heart Attack or Stroke and Pulmonary Hypertension

Let Aeroflow Healthcare help you or a loved one determine if this serious condition is affecting their health with the ease and convenience of sleep apnea testing.

Call us today and one of our Healthcare Representatives will answer any questions that you might have and help you decide the best course of action.

Call Aeroflow Healthcare today at 1-888-345-1780