This user guide provides a step-by-step process for how to use Ognomy’s home sleep test.
The Sleep Apnea App
Ognomy connects patients and sleep doctors in the comfort of home. Get a virtual consultation, take a home sleep test and start your journey to better sleep and health.
Install the app today. Our board-certified sleep doctors are ready to help.
Sleep apnea is a chronic disease affecting over 25 million Americans
What is sleep apnea?
Sleep apnea is a serious disorder in which your breathing repeatedly stops and starts while you sleep. Your throat closes in on itself, obstructing regular breathing, forcing your body to subconsciously wake itself up to open your airways again. In many patients, this happens hundreds of times a night, which can destroy the quality of their sleep.
If left untreated, sleep apnea can lead to other chronic disorders that can seriously harm a person’s quality of life.
What are the symptoms?
One or more of the following:
- Loud or frequent snoring
- Silent pauses in breathing
- Choking or gasping sounds
- Daytime sleepiness or fatigue
- Non-restorative sleep
- Morning headaches
- Going to the bathroom frequently at night
- Difficulty concentrating
- Memory loss
- Decreased sexual desire
What can happen if I have untreated sleep apnea?
- High blood pressure
- Heart disease
- Heart rhythm abnormalities
- Chronic reflux
- Pre-diabetes and diabetes
We’ll let Sheepa show you the way.
Your personal assistant, Sheepa, will help you navigate our app, gather your information, remind you of appointments, answer questions and much more.
Schedule a Consultation
Easily check availability and find the most convenient time for a virtual consultation with one of our sleep medicine specialists. Set up an appointment in just a few clicks!
Meet with our Sleep Medicine Experts
All of our sleep medicine specialists are board-certified with years of experience in treating sleep apnea and other sleep disorders.
Receive our Home Sleep Test
Overnight sleep centers are a thing of the past – we diagnose sleep apnea from the comfort of your home. We will send you the equipment and provide the instructions for you to administer a convenient home sleep study.
Based on your diagnostic and treatment plan, Sheepa will create you a to-do list with reminders for appointments, treatments and home sleep tests.
Patient Progress, Diagnosis & Treatment
Monitor your progress, get relevant and helpful diagnoses and learn about treatment options to improve your sleep, all in one app.
Why you’ll love our app
Appointments on your own time, anywhere you are.
We bring the doctor's office to you. Use your smartphone or tablet device for accessible virtual appointments.
Easy and simple interface designed with you in mind.
Our interface is intuitive and easy to navigate. Experience simple scheduling, effortless video calls and expert care.
Secure and seamless interaction with your sleep medicine provider.
Communicate with your provider through HIPAA compliant messaging, secure file sharing and email notifications.
Our doctors, practitioners and staff love it, and we know you will too
The home apnea test was a perfect way to diagnose my sleep apnea. I was happy that the home test worked and that it was so simple to do. This simple diagnosis and treatment saved my job, my marriage, and essentially my life!
After 3 months, I was wearing my CPAP every night and all through the night. My blood pressure is under control and I was actually able to stop one of my blood pressure pills. My sugars are the best they’ve been in 2 years.
I don’t snore, I don’t get warm at night, I no longer wake up with a dry mouth, and I rarely if ever go to the bathroom at night anymore.
Download our app to book your first consultation today
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Learn how to get a better night’s sleep
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