Almost Everyone with Sleep Apnea snores
Snoring is the most common sign of a serious underlying medical condition called Sleep Apnea.
Sleep Apnea is very common. 1 in 4 Australians are at risk of having this condition.1,2 It has negative effects on your health and may place your future wellbeing at risk. However, it is estimated that 80% of sufferers remain undiagnosed.2
Healthy Sleep Solutions
Healthy Sleep Solutions is Australia’s largest facilitator of home based sleep studies and Sleep Apnea treatment. We offer our Sleep Apnea patients comprehensive support while on our treatment program.
We have helped tens of thousands of Sleep Apnea sufferers deal with this problem via our complete, patient-focused solution assisting in the diagnosis, and long-term management of Sleep Apnea. If you are diagnosed with Sleep Apnea we will provide you with the best treatment available customised to your individual needs. We offer a convenient, affordable service for diagnosing Sleep Apnea that takes place in the comfort of your own bed.
And it doesn’t stop there. Through our Patient Pathway program we will then continue to provide ongoing coaching and support to help you continue to overcome your sleep problem.
All with the aim of helping you live a longer, happier, healthier and more fulfilling life.
OUR PATIENT PATHWAY
There are four key steps in our Patient Pathway. All with the aim of assisting you live a longer, happier, healthier and more fulfilling life.
References: 1. Adams RJ, Piantadosi C, Appleton SL, Hill C, Visvanath R, Wilson DH, McEvoy RD.. Investigating obstructive sleep apnoea: will the health system have the capacity to cope? A population study. Aust. Health Review 36, (4): 424–429. 2. Medical Services Advisory Committee, Public Summary Document, Application No. 1130 – Unattended Sleep Studies in the Diagnosis and Reassessment of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea March 2010 3 Deloitte Access Economics. Re-awakening Australia: The economic cost of sleep disorders in Australia, 2010.