Simplifying Sleep Testing

How It Works


The Process

Take a deep breath; we’re about to dive into U.S. healthcare! It can be confusing, but that’s why Total Snooze exists: to simplify the process and help you navigate toward a life with better sleep and health.

If you go the traditional route, you’ll work with various doctors and office locations. You’ll have to make sure your records are shared and that you have a professional knowledgeable in sleep. Then you’ll have to make sure everything works with your insurance. It can be a lot!

That’s why we’re here to help you through it. As your sleep solution guides, Total Snooze simplifies the process by streamlining visits and paperwork.

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4 Easy Steps

If you’re not getting the quality of sleep you think or hope you should, take our sleep quiz. We’ll let you know if you might have medical sleep issues. If you do, we've outlined our simplified, affordable sleep test process below.

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1. Assessment

If your quiz shows sleep apnea symptoms, we'll collect and share more information before you schedule an online appointment.

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2. Meet with Doctor

You can schedule your physician consultation from the comfort of your own home. You'll then meet to go over your symptoms.

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3. Take In-Home Sleep Test

If aoolicable, your doctor will prescribe a sleep test. Yes, prescribe, because we work with medical professionals and insurance.

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4. Start Treatment

Once the doctor has reviewed your results, a treatment plan will be created and you'll be given your results. You're on your journey to better sleep!

Better Sleep

Convenient, fast, & affordable Solutions

Acknowledge You Have Sleep Issues: The first step is admitting you have a problem! Once you realize you're not sleeping as you should, you can start to look for solutions.

Sleep Quiz: Take our free sleep quiz to see if you might have a medical issue. If you show signs of sleep apnea, we'll follow up for more information and provide you information regarding the process.

Confirm You Want Better Sleep: If you want to figure out your sleep solution, you'll confirm the information you shared and set up an appointment with a doctor.

Meet With a Licensed Doctor: Here's the trick, many offer sleep devices without a medical prescription. This isn't safe, which is why you meet with a doctor during a private, online appointment. Your doctor will order a sleep test if possible sleep issues are discovered.

Take an In-Home Sleep Test: You'll receive your sleep test in the mail. You have five nights to download the sleep test app and sleep with the ring device. You'll then ship it back via the provided shipping label.

Sleep Treatment Time: Your treatment will depend on your condition. You'll now know how to fix your sleep, all while having insurance pay for your tests.

Don't have insurance? No worries. We can still help and its more affordable than you'd think!

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Take our sleep quiz to see if you might have sleep apnea.

Easier. Quicker. Affordable.

The Total Snooze Difference

Is using Total Snooze easier than ordering a hamburger at your local burger joint?

No. But it is easier than navigating it alone.

We break your sleep test process into steps to prevent any unnecessary paperwork or appointments because we know your time is valuable.

If you don’t have medically-diagnosed sleep problems, we’re going to do our best to let you know as soon as we know. And if you are a sleep apnea candidate, we’re going to work with your doctor to find the solution best for your condition.

And if you’re wondering, there’s no payment or billing until you meet with your physician for the first time. If you’re struggling with sleep, consider taking our sleep quiz today.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when a patient’s throat muscles relax and obstruct airflow, interrupting the natural breathing cycle. It affects 25% of adults, yet 80% of sufferers go undiagnosed. It is treated with a CPAP machine.

Central Sleep Apnea

Central sleep apnea is a condition in which the patient’s muscles do not receive the signals that monitor breathing movement. It can be treated with a CPAP machine or, in some cases, Oral Appliance Therapy.