Do any of the following conditions or treatments apply to you…
  • Brain or spinal cord condition (such as dementia, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease)
  • Use a Deep brain or vagus nerve stimulator (such as a seizure disorder or depression)
  • COPD or Severe asthma (having to use your rescue inhaler daily or you become breathless while doing daily tasks, such as walking up stairs, or getting the mail)
  • Obesity hypoventilation syndrome (Difficulty breathing due to your weight)
  • Severe heart failure (you notice swelling around your ankles, or you become breathless while doing daily tasks like walking up stairs or getting the mail)
  • Permanent Pacemaker or Cardiac Defibrillator
  • Muscle disease (such as muscular dystrophy or myasthenia gravis)
  • Stroke that caused part of your body to be paralyzed
  • Current respiratory infection or nasal congestion that makes it difficult to breathe through your nose
  • Currently Pregnant
  • Diagnosed with Complex Sleep Disorders: Narcolepsy, Restless leg syndrome, REM sleep behavior disorder
  • Difficulty sleeping (unable to sleep at least 5 hours in one night or 8 hours in two nights)
  • Narcotic medication (ex: oxycodone, hydrocodone, or morphine) at night to manage pain?

1 or more apply to me

None apply to me

The ARES device is not recommended for individuals with:

  • Sensitive skin and/or open wounds on the forehead or scalp
  • Allergies to synthetic fabrics, such as polyester or rayon
  • An active, contagious infection, such as MRSA or C. diff
  • Inability to sleep with your head reclined at less than a 60 degree angle
  • A head circumference of less than 20 inches or greater than 25 inches
  • Tics or tremors of the head
  • Inability to sleep at least 5 hours in one night or 8 hours in 2 nights

The ARES device is not recommended for UNASSISTED use for individuals with the following conditions:

  • Deafness
  • Blindness
  • Severe arthritis which limits use of both hands
Use of the ARES device by patients with ANY of the above conditions may result in poor signal quality that could lead to misdiagnosis.