Rested has a service to help people figure out if they’re at risk for a disorder like sleep apnea, reports CNBC.

Andy Salamon, a former lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, watched his father struggle with undiagnosed sleep apnea, which occurs when the airway gets blocked during sleep.

“It was years, and a lot of nudging from the family for him to do something,” Salamon said, in an exclusive interview with CNBC, announcing the launch of his new company Rested. “And then it took months to get help through a visit to the doctor, a referral to a specialist and lab tests before he could get treated.”