Blog

Recent News from Home Sleep Delivered

Which CPAP Mask is Right for You?

  Unfortunately, there’s no universal continuous positive air pressure (CPAP) mask that’s right for every person with sleep apnea. That’s why there are different models of CPAP masks available—the three most common types being full face masks, nasal pillows and...

read more

CPAP Therapy: How it Works

Although millions of Americans are affected by sleep apnea, the majority of cases remain undiagnosed. With the host of negative health effects associated with untreated sleep apnea, it is imperative to start treatment as early as possible. Typically non-invasive sleep...

read more

What Causes Snoring?

For many, snoring is simply a nuisance. However, this nuisance may be associated with an underlying health condition. Symptoms of sleep disorders are often difficult to distinguish, which can make it difficult to decide the right time to consult a specialist. This may...

read more

Snoring Spouses: What You Can Do?

Sleeping next to your partner shouldn’t cost you any sleep—that is, if your partner doesn’t sound like they’re sawing logs. Snoring has the ability to put a strain on relationships, but being supportive of your partner during this ordeal can help you both sleep and...

read more

Most Common Sleep Apnea Misconceptions

Although sleep apnea is among the most common sleep disorders—with approximately 18 million sufferers in the United States alone—many myths about the condition are still widely believed. Below is a list of some of the most common myths about obstructive sleep apnea...

read more

What Is Circadian Rhythm?

Circadian rhythm is the body’s natural timing system—or internal clock. Most human bodies are on a natural cycle of 23.5 to 24.5 hours. Circadian rhythm is regulated by a cluster of cells at the center of the brain called the suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN). Our eyes...

read more

Reducing CPAP Mask Irritation

For people with sleep apnea, a continuous positive air pressure (CPAP) machine is a lifesaver—literally. CPAPs push air through the airway all night, preventing apnea episodes in which breathing pauses. However, the CPAP face mask may be irritating, and this...

read more

Sleep Apnea and Blood Pressure

  Although sleep apnea is one of the most common sleep disorders,  far too many people don't understand what it truly means or how dangerous sleep apnea can be. Current statistics indicate that as many as one out of every 15 people suffer from obstructive sleep...

read more

At-Home Sleep Tests vs Lab Tests

Obstructive sleep apnea, the most common form of sleep apnea, occurs when the breathing airway collapses or becomes blocked. This causes breathing to pause for a short time, often followed by a choking sound or snort. This happens frequently throughout the night,...

read more

Download our Sleep Apnea Assessment

Our brief assessment will provide helpful information to discuss with your doctor.

Download Test

Download our Home Sleep Test Order Form

Doctors can complete and fax the Home Sleep Delivered order form to begin the sleep study process. We’ll submit results to you once they’re obtained by a boarded sleep physician.

Download Order Form