A rest study is a test that records information about you while you rest. It's typically done in an extraordinary lab. It's otherwise called a polysomnogram (PSG) or polysomnography.

During the test, an EEG screens your cerebrum action to recognize rest cycles and aggravations. A rest expert uses this just as your developments, breathing, oxygen levels, and pulse to see if you have a rest issue.

What Does a Sleep Study Test For?

You might have a sleep study to check for:

  • Sleep apnea
  • Periodic limb movement disorder/restless legs syndrome
  • Narcolepsy
  • Sleepwalking
  • Insomnia
  • REM sleep behavior disorder
What to Expect During a Sleep Study

You'll have a private room in a rest community or emergency clinic. Experts will sit close by to screen you while you rest. Your room will have a camcorder so they can perceive what's happening and a sound framework so you can converse with the professionals. Your room will have a private washroom; just let the professionals in on when you want to utilize it so they can remove the wires interfacing you to the checking hardware.

All the gear and observing may appear to be awkward from the outset. However, a great many people nod off absent a difficult situation.