Are you at risk of sleep apnea? Take your FREE assessment now. | Questions? Call us at (866) 875-9765 between 8am - 7pm Eastern Time

Snoring loud enough to wake others.
Frequently waking up or gasping for air
Constant daytime fatigue
Difficulty paying attention
Waking up with a dry mouth

Are you at risk of having Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)?

Take Livosa's free 1-minute assessment.

About 25 million Americans suffer from varying degrees of OSA

OSA can affect men and women of all ages, races, and lifestyles

1 in 4 middle-aged men has OSA

80% of people with moderate and severe OSA go undiagnosed

Diagnosing Sleep Apnea 

There are two types of diagnostic tools your doctor can use to find out if you have sleep apnea - a sleep center study or a home sleep test like the ARES Solution at-home sleep study. 

Here’s what you’d experience at both: 

Sleep Center Study - You’ll pack a bag and travel to the sleep center of your doctor’s choice for a night or two. You’ll need to make overnight arrangements for your pets and kids, and you may need to take the next day off of work depending on your schedule. 

You’ll be assigned a private room with a bed. After you get into bed, the nurse will glue or tape sensors to the skin of your face and body. These sensors are attached to machines next to your bed, so you’ll have to remove all of them if you need to get up and go to the bathroom during the night. If you do, the nurse will need to reattach them all before you can go back to sleep. 

You’ll be monitored all night by the staff and the sensors as you sleep. Later, your doctor will review the data collected during your sleep study to give you a diagnosis. 

ARES Solution At-Home Sleep Study - With the ARES Solution at-home sleep study, you’ll avoid the discomfort and inconvenience of having to sleep in an unfamiliar sleep study center away from home. You won’t have to arrange for childcare, pet sitting, or take a day off from work to do an at-home sleep study like you would with an in-facility sleep study. 

Your ARES Solution Sleep Study device will be mailed directly to your home. The device is a small, comfortably fitting device that you’ll wear while you sleep for one to three nights. The device is worn around the top of the head like a tennis sweatband, so it doesn’t feel claustrophobic like some of the larger, more cumbersome at-home sleep study devices on the market. 

Symptoms Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea’s most telltale symptom is snoring, though not all people who snore have sleep apnea. Sleep apnea sufferers usually snore, then experience a few seconds of silence, then experience loud gasping breaths.

This pattern of breathing/not breathing then waking up can occur more than 30 times every hour. Waking up consistently eliminates the patient’s ability to get a night of deep, restful, restorative sleep.

Many patients with obstructive sleep apnea have no idea they are having these sleep issues, as they don’t wake up fully enough to remember in the morning. But they will see the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea during the day, such as:

  • Excessive daytime fatigue
  • Headaches in the morning
  • Trouble focusing and concentrating
  • Moodiness, depression, or irritability
  • Waking up with a sore throat or dry mouth
  • Night sweats
  • High blood pressure

Quality Sleep is essential to Healthy Living

We all know it's important to sleep. But, even after decades of scientific study and research,why we need sleep is still not completely understood. What we know is this: consistent lack of sleep puts you at real risk for serious health issues, everything from depression, weakened immunity, and high-blood pressure, to type 2 diabetes, stroke, and heart disease.

Sleep isn't optional. It's a physiological necessity that provides our bodies and minds with the time necessary to recover from the stresses and strains - both mental and physical - of the world around us.

Don't cope with Sleep Apnea. LIVE with it!

Get Started Now

Complete the FREE risk assessment


By answering some simple questions about your physical traits and health, you'll provide us with the information we need to determine what your risk is for obstructive sleep apnea.

Purchase your home sleep test


Your completed assessment will be reviewed by an independent, board certified physician. If necessary, you'll be provided with a prescription so you can purchase your ARES Home Sleep Test Solution.

Complete your sleep test


The test is mailed to your home with easy to follow instructions, you wear the device for 1-2 nights, and then mail it back for quick test results.

Receive your results


Once you receive your test results describing your risk of having OSA, you can begin to explore the appropriate treatments available to help you live with sleep apnea and improve your health.

Get Started  

The ARES Sleep Apnea Test is Changing and Saving Lives

"I have used other devices in my previous doctor’s office and they are so hard to use. Patients love [the ARES], it’s easy to use, the results are so easy to read, their support team picks up the phone within a few minutes and are really great at helping and resolving issues quickly.”

Medical Professional

“Love seeing my results of how much REM sleep I got, how intense and loud my snoring was, how many times I tossed and turned during the night and the number of times I stopped breathing throughout the night and my oxygen saturation drop. It’s so interesting to learn all that about yourself.“


“As a board certified sleep physician who has a sleep lab, I find the ARES to be the closest to a lab sleep study in regards to accuracy and validity.”

Medical Professional


Why do an at-home sleep study?

An at-home sleep study like the ARES Solution offers incredible convenience, comfort, and accuracy for people who want to know once and for all if they are suffering from sleep apnea.

Convenience - You can do the ARES at-home sleep study in the comfort of your own home, in your bed. The ARES at-home sleep test saves you the hassle of packing up to spend the night (or nights!) somewhere else. An at-home sleep study is the least disruptive way to analyze your sleep patterns and get the diagnosis you need.

Accuracy - Our ARES at-home sleep test is the most accurate home sleep study on the market. Our at-home sleep test is just as accurate as sleep facility studies at diagnosing sleep apnea.

Cost - Our ARES Sleep Solution at-home sleep study is a fraction of the cost of a sleep center sleep study!

Is the ARES device complicated to use?

The ARES at-home sleep study device is so easy to use! Your device will arrive at your door fully charged. You’ll turn the device on by pressing and holding the power button for two seconds. The device is programmed to turn off automatically after seven hours. If you wake up before 7 hours, you can turn the device off by pressing and holding the power button again. You can leave it on to get up and go to the bathroom, let the dog out, or check on your kids during the night. If the device falls off during the night, it will alert you with sound to put it back on. The ARES device was created to be the most accurate, easiest-to-use at-home sleep study on the market today, and it is!

Treatments for Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is treatable! There’s no reason to struggle through drowsy days and irritable moods when there is help for sleep apnea sufferers.

For milder cases of sleep apnea, lifestyle changes may be all that is needed to finally get a good night’s sleep. Lifestyle changes that can have an impact on sleep-apnea include:

  • Getting to a healthy weight
  • Quitting smoking
  • Using nasal decongestants
  • Taking antihistamines if allergies affect your breathing
  • Cutting back on drinking alcohol
  • Restricting the use of sedatives and sleeping pills


If lifestyle changes don’t provide enough relief, our board-certified sleep physicians may prescribe one of the following treatments for your sleep apnea. This list is by no means exhaustive! Plenty of treatments for sleep apnea exist that can finally help you get a full night of deep, restorative sleep.

Your doctor may prescribe:

  • Oral device
  • CPAP, BPAP, or APAP machine
  • Position changes
  • In rare cases, surgery