What do I do during a Sleep Lab Test? How are they different from a Home Sleep Test?

In a sleep lab or hospital, clinical staff will place sensors on your body to monitor your sleep. With your permission, staff may also want to film your sleep study to gain more insight into your sleeping behaviour. This is to assess for unusual movements in your sleep (like sleep talking or walking) and for night-time seizures.

During this type of study, you’ll be required to stay overnight at the facility, so it’s a good idea to take everything you need for your usual sleeping routine, including pyjamas and toiletries. 

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Our Home Sleep Tests can be completed in the comfort of your own home. We will provide instructions on how to place the sensor on your finger. You can then ship the device back and we will then review your results before getting in touch with you to discuss.

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