A Newsmax Health report examines the accuracy and efficiency of at-home sleep apnea tests.

 Until recently, the only way to get tested for sleep apnea was to report for an overnight study at a sleep lab and let a clinician watch you snooze.

But now there’s a way to get an accurate diagnosis from the comfort of your own bed.

Experts say new home tests are just as good as in-lab studies at detecting moderate-to-severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a serious condition that affects an estimated 18 million Americans, most of whom don’t know they have it.

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