Back to FAQsSleep Apnea Though it is more common for a doctor to test you for sleep apnea in a sleep lab, there are ways to get a home sleep study done. A home sleep apnea test provides specialized doctors with the information they need to determine if you have obstructive sleep apnea.   This test requires you to sleep at home while wearing sensitive equipment that collects data about your heart rate, oxygen levels, breathing, and sleep patterns. You will receive and set up all equipment and sensors yourself and then remove the sensors and return the equipment once the test is complete. After the specialists review the information collected by the sleep study, they will be able to determine if you have sleep apnea. If you receive this diagnosis, they will discuss sleep therapy treatment options with you, and likely prescribe you a CPAP device. If you already have a CPAP machine or find yourself getting one, you can get specialized cleaners that will help make your sleep therapy more convenient and productive. Check out these units at Back to FAQs