Are you concerned that you may have Sleep Apnoea?

*INTUS Healthcare provide a private and confidential in-home Sleep Test for Obstructive Sleep Apnoea.

We will provide a questionnaire and equipment to be worn at home; in the comfort of your own bed. Your sleep data, along with your questionnaire, will be assessed by independent NHS-trained sleep technicians. All sleep tests are confidential (we do not share your results with your doctor or the DVLA). We also send your report within two working days of the equipment and questionnaire being returned.

(*Please note the tests do not provide feedback on any other sleep disorders)

How It Works

The Detailed In-Home Sleep Test use the revolutionary WatchPAT diagnostic. This device provides accuracy comparable to PSG (used in sleep laboratories for in-depth sleep analysis) but can be used easily and comfortably in the comfort of your own bed.

The WatchPat device monitors your blood oxygen levels, heart rate, body position, body movements, snoring intensity, and crucially your Peripheral Arterial Tone – a key physiological signal that can indicate respiratory disturbances during sleep.

Despite being simple to use and comfortable to wear, the additional information it records gives the sleep technician a comprehensive picture of your sleep, allowing them to return an accurate verdict.

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In Home Sleep Study Report |

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  • The test is despatched and includes clear, concise instructions for the device and how to fill in the online patient consent form and questionnaire.
  • You receive the package, wear the recording device that night and then complete the online forms the morning after.
  • The data and questionnaire are sent to an independent sleep technician for assessment. All our sleep technicians are NHS-trained with a minimum 5 years’ experience of assessing sleep studies. Please allow two working days for the sleep technicians assessment. Once the results are returned, and we prepare your results letter.
  • The letter contains at least five pages of information detailing your result, what it means and possible next steps. It is emailed to you, along with a copy of the data from the recording. If you require a hard copy of the results, then we can post you a copy.

This timeline is based on ordering a Rapid Sleep Test. If you order the standard test, please allow a few additional days for the delivery, and the return of the device.

What happens after I receive my results?

77% of tests confirm Sleep Apnoea. In this case, we will make recommendations of suitable treatment options based on the data recorded, the medical history you provide and the assessment of the sleep professional that analyses your test. We provide all of the clinically-proven treatment options, including CPAP therapy, positional therapy, mandibular advancement devices and more, and will provide detailed information and advice on any suitable treatment methods for you.

It can take a sufferer seven years from developing clear symptoms of Sleep Apnoea, to having it confirmed. You could be just days away from that point – and within 24 hours, you could be receiving treatment and tackling those symptoms. Treating Sleep Apnoea can increase your life expectancy by as much as 8 years, so the sooner treatment is started, the better for your long-term health – as well as the immediate benefits of reduced snoring and more refreshing sleep.

You can also discuss the result with your GP, as you may wish to continue your path towards treating Sleep Apnoea through the NHS. With a test that confirms you have the condition, you are likely to find a referral to an NHS sleep clinic is issued more quickly than if you were describing symptoms alone. Likely, the NHS clinic will still want to conduct their own test.

For the 23% that do not get a positive confirmation, you gain some clarity on your current situation as you can effectively “rule out” Sleep Apnoea. You can then start looking at other potential causes, which is a positive step towards finding a solution.

We pride ourselves on using the best equipment available and having all tests analysed by qualified, experienced and independent sleep specialists, to ensure honest and accurate results. Whatever your result, we will be on hand to provide support and guidance for your next step.

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    of the UK adult population with OSA are undiagnosed – around 1.275 million people

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    NHS sleep diagnostic tests performed in 2017

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icon cross The path towards treating Sleep Apnoea

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    Step 1

    Obvious symptoms of Sleep Apnoea

    Most people will think nothing of the symptoms of Sleep Apnoea when they first appear. Everybody snores, and its normal to feel tired in the afternoon, but gradually the symptoms get more and more severe, disrupting your life at home, at work or both. On average, 7 years pass between the first symptoms developing, and moving to Step 2. Think back – how long have you been snoring, feeling tired or lacking energy?

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    Step 2


    Enough is enough, the symptoms are affecting your life and it is time to find out the cause. That is why you are here – you want answers and solutions, and so an In-Home Sleep Test is the next step to determine if Sleep Apnoea is the cause of the problem.

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    Step 3


    Two working days after completing your In-Home Sleep Test, you will get your results. If the test comes back positive, you can begin treatment the next day, giving you the chance to start sleeping properly for the first time in 7 years! The sleep you’ve been dreaming of all these years will soon be yours.