ARES Home Sleep Testing

Sleep Apnea Services for San Angelo, TX & Odessa, TX

ARES Home Sleep Testing

It is no longer difficult, uncomfortable, or inconvenient to diagnose sleep problems. ARES, a state-of-the-art wireless device for in-home sleep testing, is here to provide easy diagnosis and testing. MedWay offers this device!

If you landed on this page, then chances are that you have experienced at least some of the symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Symptoms Include:

  • Snoring loudly
  • Constantly feeling tired, having difficulty concentrating and staying alert
  • Headaches upon waking up
  • A choking sensation upon waking up
  • Excessive sweating during the night
  • Dry mouth upon walking up
  • Heartburn
  • Depression
  • Increased sexual dysfunction
  • Frequent nightly trips to the restroom
  • Tossing and turning, sleeping restlessly
  • Gaining weight rapidly

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Get answers to your sleep apnea issues with ARES Home Sleep Testing

With the introduction of ARES home sleep testing, getting properly diagnosed for your sleep issues has never been easier or more affordable. This kind of testing is not only easier, but many experts also agree that it is better than the laboratory setting. When you are at home, you are comfortable and following your own routine, which is more realistic than in a sleep lab. Check out the facts below and call MedWay to discuss in-home sleep testing today.

Did you know?

  • Most major medical plans, including Medicare, cover ARES home sleep testing. By contrast, taking a trip to the sleep lab can be very expensive. Patients pay an average co-pay of $600-$800 for a sleep lab study. ARES can be a fraction of this cost.
  • This device is patient-friendly. The ARES device is wireless, and you wear it in your own bed as you sleep. It transmits the date to a certified sleep technologist, who reviews it, and then to your physician or sleep specialist for ultimate interpretation. Once the data is in, your doctor can recommend the best therapy for you.
  • Since you will be in your normal environment, the ARES device portrays your breathing patterns while asleep more accurately. Your medical history and physical data can be integrated with the data that the device collects, giving a complete picture of the presence and severity of sleep apnea.
  • Generally, ARES testing only takes one night. You wear the device on your forehead. Because the device is small, it’s comfortable in virtually all sleep positions. The device will even prompt you with instructions on how to properly wear it and let you know when you are wearing it correctly