Your results will give you a complete insight into your sleep and will identify if there are any issues. You will be provided with details about the following:
Sleep architecture - Discover how deep you slept, how you transitioned through the different stages of sleep, and how much time you spent in Non-REM and REM sleep.
Sleep metrics - Find out how long it took you to fall asleep, how many interruptions you experienced and how efficient your sleep was.
Sleep perception - Learn if you experience symptoms of insomnia and how your perception of your sleep differs from your actual night.
Respiratory - Find out if you snore or if you may be at risk for sleep-disordered breathing. Including Oxygen levels. (complete study)
Heart - Discover more about your heart rate during your study.
Movement - Learn about your body positions and movements during your study and how it may be affecting your sleep.
Contributing Factors - Factors based on your questionnaire answers that may be impacting your sleep.
If your sleep study detects values outside normal ranges, those specific results will be highlighted.
A “Highlighted Report” means that data for that result was outside the normal range of sleep.
If a report reads “Needs Attention”, this means your data is outside the normal range and may indicate a potential health risk. Reports labeled as "Needs Attention" will be those that deal with cardiorespiratory issues such as sleep apnea, heart rate, or oxygen saturation.
If you have any other questions, please contact us by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling us at 1-855-340-5525.