Home PSG Sleep Test
I want to know if I have sleep apnea and get a professional diagnosis.
An EEG provides an assessment for sleep-related disorder other than sleep apnea.
Sleep Medicine Physicians analyse and write the reports.
What Do You Need To Know?
Recommended for those who obtained a medium to high risk of sleep apnea on the STOP BANG Assessment; and/or you feel that your daily sleep quality is poor, the Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS) Assessment shows severe daytime sleepiness. It is also suggested for people who wish to learn more about their sleep health, but cannot find time to go to the hospital or prefer to be tested at home.
Our well-informed staff will provide you with detailed instruction on how to use the test equipment, and then return home to undertake the test.
This test cannot substitute a doctor's professional consultation.
What Equipment Do You Need To Wear?
① EEG Sensors
② Breath Sensor
③ Chest Effort Sensor
④ Abdominal Effort Sensor
⑤ Pulse Oximeter
What Information You Will Receive?
Apnea-Hypopnea Index (AHI)
Blood Oxygen Level (SpO2)
Sleep Efficiency (%)
Sleep Cycle (light and deep sleep)
Detailed Sleep-Related Disorders Assessment Questionnaire
Professional sleep report will be provided with remarks written and signed by a sleep medicine physician
Complimentary analysis of report over the phone
What Should I Do?
Testing is the first step in receiving treatment and staying healthy. Please consult your doctor before making any medical decision.
Whether apnea and hypopnea index (AHI) exceed 5 times or above?
Is the sleep cycle normal?
Whether insomnia or other health risks related to sleep exist?
Visit a Doctor
The doctor will recommend you to treatment options based on your sleeping problem.
If necessary, the doctor may also recommend that you visit a hospital for further checks.
If you are diagnosed with insomnia, you can request the doctor to refer you to other specialist treatment.
SleepKinwood for the test?
Since 2001, we have provided professional medical services to more than 10,000 Hong Kong people suffering from sleep disorders.
For 25 years, we have been well trusted by
Hong Kong hospital departments of sleep,
ENT, spine and intensive care units (ICU).