Up to $150 Off Home Sleep Apnea Tests For A Limited Time

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Sleep apnea is serious.  It can lead to a whole host of problems. To name just a few: untreated sleep apnea increases motor vehicle collisions, obstructive sleep apnea is linked to maternal deaths, sleep apnea is tied to hearing loss, and sleep apnea can damage your memory.

The good news is sleep apnea can be treated with CPAP therapy. CPAP therapy leads to overall improvements in your life including increasing  your lifespan restoring brain tissue, and making you more attractive.   The only question is, why haven’t you gotten tested for sleep apnea?

If you’re like most people, there is no shortage of reasons why: you don’t have time to go see a sleep specialist, you don’t have any interest in sleeping in a strange room at a sleep lab while people observe your sleep.  The sleep lab may be way out of your way. The thousands of dollars of costs may be daunting or the whole process may overwhelm you. You may even be in between doctors and don’t even know where to start the process.

Now, there is a much easier to solution to getting tested:  a home sleep test, which allows you the opportunity to get tested in the comfort of your own bed, at a fraction of the cost. We can get you the supplies that you need with just five quick steps! For a limited time, we have special offers on our home sleep tests, so order soon!

Want More Information? Learn about the affordability, convenience, accuracy, and easy of a home sleep test.

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We have two great home sleep test options to help you get diagnosed, and we are offering both at a discounted price for a limited time! To help us point you towards the Home Sleep Test option that works best for you, please let us know a little bit about your current situation.

       

*Source: Mazzicchi, Sherry. “How Much Does a Sleep Study Cost? One Woman’s Story – Clear Health Costs • Beta.” Clear Health Costs Beta. N.p., 15 Apr. 2013. Web. 15 Feb. 2015.