Miami, FL (PRWEB)
September 22, 2017
The dominant tech company INGIC has freshly contributed in the health sector of Florida by introducing My Home Sleep Testing program, a program that aims to help Sleep Apnea patients diagnose their disorder and overcome it.
Being affiliated with the top Sleep Clinic of the Unites States, My Home Sleep Testing aims to cater to patients who suffer with a fatal disorder “Sleep Apnea”. That said, sleep apnea affects eighteen million American annually, narrowing their airways while they’re asleep. Although, sleep apnea can be found among male, female, children, teen, adult, and older patients, but smokers and alcohol addicts have a higher risk of falling into sleep apnea.
According to My Home Sleep Testing, their aim is to improve health of patients suffering from sleep apnea, who don’t have free time or feel uncomfortable visiting physicians. Having said, it’s entirely understandable that visiting a sleep clinic can bring significant disruption in patients’ routine, making them spend nights away from loved ones on a Frankenstein styled bed attached with mysterious wires. In addition, you they would have to cope with a stranger watching them all night. On another hand, My Home Sleep Testing monitors patients’ disease from anywhere.
When delving into details, My Home Sleep Test offers detailed study of patients’ sleeping habits, and then prepares the most accurate results accordingly. To begin with My Home Sleep Testing program, patients need to complete an online ordering process. Afterwards, they will receive an equipment within three business days – configured and ready to use. Once they receive device, they would have to put a belt around chest, monitor on finger, cannula in nose, and sleep as normal.
The next day, a patient can pack My Home Sleep Testing equipment in an enclosed box, and drop it to a mailbox. Eventually, he will be provided with results within three business days.
A large number of patients have asked that what if they don’t receive treatment for this disease? The answer is worrying, as sleep apnea if left untreated, gives way to fatal diseases such as hypertension, heart diseases, stroke, type-II diabetes and even liver issues. On top of all, sleep apnea will cause…