- Loud, persistent snoring
- Pauses in breathing, often witnessed by others
- Choking or gasping for air while sleeping
- Restless sleep
- Frequent trips to the bathroom
Address Your Sleep To Ensure That You Can Rest, Recover & Grow
Loud persistent snoring, poor concentration, daytime fatigue or early morning headaches could be a sign of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a serious yet common medical condition characterised by repeated interruptions in breathing throughout your sleep cycle. These interruptions, called apneas, are caused by the collapse of soft tissue in the airway, which prevents oxygen from reaching the lungs. Weak muscles in the airway, a large tongue, obesity and other factors may cause airway tissue to collapse and obstruct breathing. Sleep apnea disrupts the sleep cycle and can dramatically impact energy, mental performance and long-term health. In some cases, if left untreated, sleep apnea can be fatal.
Through our professional partnership with Philips, we are able to offer home based sleep studies for the simple yet comprehensive diagnosis of sleep apnea. Take their 9 Question Sleep Quiz to find out if you are at risk of sleep apnea and could benefit from a diagnostic test.
Philips provide their market leading home sleep study service to private sleep clinics across the UK. A qualified Philips Sleep Consultant will analyse and accurately score your results before they are uploaded into our Sleep Support Portal. Your results will also be reviewed by one of our doctors before being relayed back to you.
The test is completed in the comfort and convenience of your own home. No appointments or time off required, everything you need for testing is delivered directly to your door on a day and time that suits you.
The Philips home sleep study quickly and accurately assesses your Sleep Apnea status, bringing you one step closer to treatment and a restful night’s sleep.
Identifying and treating Sleep Apnea potentially reduces the risk of negative conditions associated with it, e.g. high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and diabetes.