Sleep Apnea Study 2
Apply to enroll in the Sleep Apnea Study #2 to help test an investigational technology that helps manage obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) help_outline Obstructive sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that can cause intermittent airflow blockage during sleep.
The journey from identification to successful, proven treatment of sleep apnea can be long and lonely. The more we can learn about people who snore and have poor sleep, the better we can understand how to improve diagnosis and treatment pathways that lead to better sleep, and ultimately improved health and well being
Together with researchers, clinicians, engineers, designers, advocates, and volunteers, we're collaborating to build the next generation of healthcare tools and services.
If you snore loudly or still feel tired after a full night of sleep, you may suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is a disorder in which breathing stops and starts during sleep and it is the most common form of sleep apnea. OSA is one of many sleep disorders that are underdiagnosed.
We are on a mission to improve treatment technologies for OSA. We are seeking people who potentially have OSA to test a new app and PAP device and share valuable feedback about your experience.
Help researchers better understand your gut health by:
Testing investigational technology
You'll be evaluated for a home sleep test, and if diagnosed with OSA, use a mobile app and a positive airway pressure (PAP) study device for OSA management for 90 days.
Taking 5 surveys
You'll answer questions about your study experience and give feedback on the app and device.
Joining our Baseline community
Get first access to future sleep-related studies.