Coming to terms with realizing you have a sleep disorder can be a trying time. The countless nights of lost sleep have finally taken their toll, and you've decided to get to the root of what's causing you to lose quality sleep on a frequent basis.
Maybe by this point, you've already gone ahead and spoken with your primary care physician, or a sleep specialist, about your symptoms and you have scheduled to have a sleep study performed at a sleep clinic. You may be nervous about what to expect during your overnight stay at a clinic, where you will be observed by a sleep technologist while you sleep. So how do you prepare for a sleep study to ensure that it goes smoothly for both you and your sleep tech?