BOOK A SLEEP TEST IN AUSTRALIA

OPTION 1 (recommended)

$299

  • Results within 48 hours
  • Delivered to home or work
  • No GP Referral required
  • Sleep Doctor reports test
  • No time delays

Speed and convenience matter to you. Test results emailed to you within 48 hours. Order equipment online and have it posted to your chosen AU address. Start device via mobile app. No GP referral required. Analysed and sleep report written by an Australian Sleep & Respiratory Physician. Perfect for the time-poor person wanting to expedite getting tested, get results fast, and receive treatment recommendations within 48 hours.

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OPTION 2

$129

Collect from clinic

Prefer to visit a clinic and perhaps did not meet Medicare eligibility requirements there is a self-pay option for $129. This test option requires a referral from your GP prior to booking an appointment. Collect equipment from sleep clinic and drop back next day. Allow a minimum of 2 weeks to book test and a further 2 weeks to receive test results.

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OPTION 3

Bulk-Billed

Bulk-billed

*device fitted to body in-clinic

Must meet Medicare requirements via GP assessment using MBS approved sleep questionnaires. A referral from a GP is therefore required. The test equipment can only be provided by face to face consult and needs to be fitted to the body prior to departing clinic.

All test options are reported on by Australian qualified Sleep & Respiratory Specialists.

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Australia is a world leader in the home sleep test space.

We are proud to be working directly with Australian leaders in this space and want to connect you with them.

Delivering either direct to your door or via collection from a sleep clinic our nationwide diagnostic sleep testing service is set up with different options to choose from. Simply pick the one that best suits your needs.

Every man deserves the chance to sort out their sleep health issues without barriers.

Approximately 1 in 4 men suffer from obstructive sleep apnea[1].

Consequences arising from untreated sleep apnea cause a range of symptoms to develop and is linked to many serious medical conditions.

While there are different types of sleep apnea, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common type. Testing and treatment solutions for OSA are accessible and effective.

How many symptoms or conditions do you tick for yourself?

It’s normal to tick more than one.

Take a simple test to find out if you have it.

  • Snoring
  • Low Energy
  • Low Mood
  • Teary
  • Anxious
  • Irritability
  • High blood pressure
  • Weight gain
  • Obesity
  • Sugar cravings
  • Daytime sleepiness
  • Low libido
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Waking to urinate at night
  • High blood pressure
  • Atrial fibrillation
  • Stroke
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Obesity
  • Alzeimhers

What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea? (OSA)

OSA is a condition where breathing starts and stops repeatedly during sleep because the airway becomes obstructed when muscles in the throat area relax.

Snoring is one of the most common OSA night-time symptoms and is typically reported by family, friends, and neighbours!

If you snore get tested to rule out OSA.

When the airway repeatedly obstructs it causes oxygen levels to decrease and fluctuate. This has a knock-on effect on sleep quality and other important body processes. Disrupted sleep quality can manifest into a range of symptoms including but not limited to daytime tiredness, lack of energy, appetite changes, weight gain, mood changes and so much more.

As you can see, not all symptoms are easily identifiable to sleep apnea, making it one of the reasons why OSA goes undetected and untreated.

Serious medical conditions such as stroke, high blood pressure, atrial fibrillation, coronary artery disease, heart failure, cancers, depression, anxiety, alzheimer's, obesity, type II diabetes, cardiometabolic syndrome, and more are well documented in evidence-based studies with links to OSA.

Untreated OSA is connected to reduced life expectancy.

Don’t stay AT RISK.
Avoid becoming a STATISTIC.
Get your sleep test RISK SCORE.

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1] Unnikrishnan, D., Jun, J., & Polotsky, V. (2015). Inflammation in sleep apnea: an update. Reviews in endocrine & metabolic disorders, 16(1), 25–34. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11154-014-9304-x

Are you a sleep sufferer?

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