Sleep Apnea Oxygen Monitor
Sleep apnea is a condition marked by abnormal breathing during sleep. People with sleep apnea have multiple extended pauses in a breath when they sleep. These temporary breathing lapses cause lower-quality sleep and affect the body’s supply of oxygen, leading to potentially serious health consequences.
Millions of Americans suffer from snoring activity during sleep. Not everyone who snores has sleep apnea and not everyone who has sleep apnea snores. The biggest telltale sign is how you feel during the day. Normal snoring doesn’t interfere with the quality of your sleep as much as sleep apnea does, so you’re less likely to suffer from extreme fatigue and sleepiness during the day. However, if you’re gasping, choking, or making other unusual sounds, you should suspect sleep apnea.
Why do You Need to Keep Track of Oxygen levels?
Patients with sleep apnea during sleep often have low oxygen levels in their blood. A normal blood oxygen level should be above 93%.
Any value of blood oxygen level below 92% is abnormal however, the number and duration of blood oxygen desaturations are important. If you only desaturated below 92% once or twice during a 7-hour sleep, and the desaturation level lasted only a couple of seconds, it's not a reason for worry.
Your body will be seriously affected when you'll have long-term low oxygen levels. This can lead to Heart Attack, Hypertension, Diabetes, Stroke, Memory Loss, and Depression.
Therefore, it's necessary to continuously track oxygen levels overnight and take treatments for people with or suspected of sleep apnea.
FIGHT SLEEP APNEA WITH THE SLEEP APNEA OXYGEN MONITOR
Self-Evaluation of Sleep Apnea
Take Sleep Study at Home
If you or your partner is a frequent loud snorer, stops breathing, gasps or chokes during sleep, experiences excessive restlessness at night or feels excessively sleepy during the day. You are probably suffering from sleep apnea.
This device can help you track your overnight blood oxygen saturation and help to self-evaluation of sleep apnea at home.
Share Detailed Report to Your Doctor
What Can You Benefit from Home Sleep Study
It is much cheaper than an in-center test, which may cost thousands of dollars.
Allowing you to sleep at home rather than in an unfamiliar environment.
With fewer wires and access to the comforts of home.
It's safer to take sleep study at home during the outbreak.
Sleep centers may not be accessible due to location or even scheduling. You can take sleep study anywhere just with the sleep apnea oxygen monitor.
GENTLE VIBRATION FOR LOW BLOOD OXYGEN LEVEL,
ENJOY A PEACEFUL SLEEP
LOW OXYGEN LEVELS TRIGGER VIBRATION
Silent Vibration Alarm,
Save Your Life From Hypoxic Events
When the blood oxygen level is lower than your preset threshold, an adjustable and gentle vibration alarm will be triggered to remind the user to sleep on your side in order to breathe well again. Effectively reduce the risk of sleeping on a low and unhealthy blood oxygen level. It acts as a safety net for CPAP failure and is also optimal when not using CPAP.
Note： The alarming function can be turned off or you can adjust the intensity of vibration separately for the oxygen level and heart rate. You can also set your own threshold on the smartphone.
Perfectly Work With CPAP
Track the Effectiveness of Your CPAP Therapy
If you’re already diagnosed with sleep apnea and using CPAP therapy, you can actually use the ring to check how effective your therapy levels are in controlling your sleep apnea.
You just need to wear the ring on your finger while sleeping and check the record in the morning. If the oxygen saturation levels are nice and steady, then we know that the therapy is really controlling your sleep apnea. Conversely, if the oxygen saturation levels are unstable and sometimes below 92%, then you might need to make some adjustments to our CPAP therapy.