Everything you need to know about the Sunrise Home Sleep Test

The Sunrise home sleep testing device is a small, wireless sensor that you wear on your chin while you sleep. It tracks your breathing and other sleep-related data, and then sends that data to a mobile app or computer for analysis.

The Sunrise process is simple and easy to follow:

  1. Order the Sunrise device online (yeah, we have it!)
  2. Receive the device in the mail.
  3. Download the Sunrise app or software.
  4. Attach the sensor to your chin.
  5. Go to sleep.
  6. Wake up and sync the sensor to the app or software.
  7. Review your results.

If your results show that you have sleep apnea, your doctor can recommend treatment options.

Here are some of the benefits of using the Sunrise home sleep testing device:

  • It is more convenient and comfortable than traditional sleep studies, which require you to stay overnight in a sleep lab.
  • It is more affordable than traditional sleep studies.
  • It can be used to diagnose a variety of sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, and narcolepsy.


Additional details about the Sunrise Home Sleep Test device and process:

  • The Sunrise device is about the size of a AA battery and weighs just 3 grams. It is made of soft, flexible materials that make it comfortable to wear.
  • The Sunrise device uses a variety of sensors to track your breathing, heart rate, and other sleep-related data.
  • The Sunrise app or software allows you to view your results in real time. You can also share your results with your doctor for further analysis.
  • The Sunrise device is FDA-cleared and CE-marked. It is a safe and effective way to diagnose sleep disorders (including #sleepapnea).

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If you are concerned that you may have a sleep disorder, please contact us to discuss the home sleep test process. It is a convenient, affordable, and effective way to get a diagnosis and start treatment.

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