Before relying solely on home sleep testing, here are a couple of things to keep in mind:

  1. Home sleep testing is intended specifically to evaluate patients without co-morbidities (i.e without neurologic, cardiac or significant pulmonary disorders) who are considered to be moderate to high risk for sleep apnea.

  2. Home sleep testing is not intended to evaluate patients who are considered to be low risk for obstructive sleep apnea or if another sleep-related complaint is being considered (i.e. excessive daytime sleepiness without snoring, frequent nocturnal awakenings, RLS/PLMS…).

  3. Alaska Sleep Clinic’s board-certified sleep specialists have significant experience in dealing with a full-range of sleep problems as well as being board-certified in neurology and family medicine and are always available for a consultation.


Home Sleep Testing offers an alternative to traditional clinic-based testing. Here’s why:

  • Many of our patients like the idea of being tested at home, while sleeping in the comfort of Man doing a sleep test at home.their own beds.

  • Non-insured patients and insurance companies will like it because it costs as little as one-fourth the price of a traditional clinic based study.

  • Physicians like it because when they trust their patients to Alaska Sleep Clinic, they’ll receive the interpretation from a board-certified sleep specialist within 48-hours.

  • Plus, if you are found to have obstructive sleep apnea, we will provide recommended therapy. More importantly, if sleep apnea is not confirmed by the study, our sleep specialists will provide next-step guidance.


Alaska Sleep Clinic can make Home Sleep Testing work for you.

Call us @ 907-420-0540.