What is a Polysomnogram (Sleep Study)?

A polysomnogram is a study that measures the quality of your sleep. A typical polysomnogram includes the following:

  • Brain waves (electrodes placed on the scalp)
  • Eye movement (electrodes placed on the face, by the eyes)
  • Chin Muscle Tone (electrodes placed on or near the chin)
  • Heart rate (electrodes placed on the chest)
  • Leg movements (electrodes placed on the legs)
  • Breathing (breathing sensor placed near the nose and mouth)
  • Breathing effort (two small elastic belts placed around chest and abdomen)
  • Oxygen level (small sensor attached to the finger)
  • Audio and Video Recording

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