ResMed onesleeptest is a quick and reliable home sleep test you can use to assess your sleep and your risk of sleep apnea in the comfort of your own home. It consists of a small disposable NightOwl® sensor that you tape to your fingertip and a NightOwl® companion app that guides you through every step of the test.
EdenSleep will provide all support and guidance for the sleep test and after you get your results.
- A multi-night home sleep test
- No wires or complex setup
- Results assessed by a New Zealand clinical sleep physiologist
- Sleep report emailed within 3-5 working days
- EdenSleep Physiologist* consult included
onesleeptest measures your heart rate, oxygen levels, and movement to provide a detailed and accurate picture of how you sleep.
It's an easy way to assess your sleep quality and your risk of sleep apnea – all from the comfort of your own bed. onesleeptest includes:
- The NightOwl sensor and finger wraps.
- An activation code to access the NightOwl companion app.
- A detailed sleep report and EdenSleep Physiologist* consult to discuss your results.
How does onesleeptest work, and what do I need to complete the test?
- First, order your basic home sleep test online, and have it shipped to your door.
- Download the NightOwl companion app on your smartphone. You'll need to provide a valid email address too, so that we can send you your results. If you don't have a smartphone, contact us, and we'll try to resolve the issue with you.
- When you're ready for bed, open the app and follow instructions for how to attach the sensor to your finger and record your sleep.
- After three nights of data is recorded, a clinical sleep physiologist will look at your results and email you a personalised sleep report within 3-5 working days.
- Book your included EdenSleep Physiologist* consult to discuss your results and next steps.
- If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to your doctor.
* EdenSleep physiologists are registered health professionals who will talk to you regarding your sleep report however they do not replace medical advice and you should still consult your doctor.