What happens during a sleep evaluation?
You will spend one night sleeping in a private room with a comfortable bed, TV, nightlight, your own bathroom and shower facilities. Some people may need to stay two non-consecutive nights, but typically, you will arrive in the evening and leave the following morning; it is usually not necessary to miss a day of work or school.
A sleep study at Beaumont Sleep Evaluation Services is a comprehensive, safe and painless procedure that measures brain activity, eye movement, heart rate, pulse, blood oxygen levels, snoring, breathing and airflow, and body movements while you sleep. Highly skilled and trained specialists monitor your data throughout the night. The data is then reviewed by a physician and the results are provided to you and your physician in a timely manner.
Learn more about a Polysomnogram.