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What’s a sleep study?

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A sleep study, or polysomnogram (PSG), is a test that electronically transmits and records physical activities while you sleep. The recordings become data that a sleep specialist analyzes to figure out if you have a sleep disorder.

From: How a Sleep Study Works WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCE:  National Sleep Foundation.


 

Reviewed by Nayana Ambardekar on September 15, 2018

SOURCE:  National Sleep Foundation.


 

Reviewed by Nayana Ambardekar on September 15, 2018

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