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I think I may have sleep apnea. What next?

 

If you suspect that you have sleep apnea you should make an appointment with your doctor immediately. Your doctor will be able to advise on whether you need a sleep study. Below we’ve prepared a useful list of items you should take to your doctor.
 

Your checklist

Complete our quiz and bring your results 
 
List any other symptoms
 
Book appointment with your doctor

1. Take the sleep Quiz

 

If you haven’t already done so, please take our 9 question sleep apnea quiz and take the results to your appointment.

Take the Quiz

2. Make an appointment with your GP.


Make an appointment with your GP and take the results to your appointment.


Check Symptoms

3. Take the OSA screening and diagnosis.


Following your appointment with your GP, you will be directed to the sleep specialist and will determine the best screening or diagnostic test for you. To obtain a definitive diagnosis, an overnight sleep study can be carried out in your home or at the nearest sleep lab.

 
Screening and diagnosis

4. Your treatment will begin

 

If you have been diagnosed, the initialization of your treatment will start at home or at the hospital, The equipment (therapy device, mask, tubing) is prescribed by the sleep specialist and homecare provider will installed the equipment at home. the choice of the mask is essential if you want to start well with your treatment.

Select the right mask

5. Review your treatment

 

Your homecare provider will put in a place a protocol to follow you and see if the equipment is adapted to your need.

 

Your mask needs to be replaced every six month.

Replacement components