Snoring or feeling sluggish, tired or sleepy?

You could have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).  Do the right thing for yourself and your partner – make an appointment with The SleepGP.

For help and support, contact The SleepGP Support Centre

Never Ignore A Snore
Snoring can be a key indicator of
Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
Consult your SleepGP this Snoregust™
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What does a sleep study involve

A sleep study (also called a ‘polysomnogram’) is a test which measures many aspects of your sleep to find the cause of your sleep problems.

This test measures brain function, heart and breathing activity, muscle activity and also analyzes sleep time and quality.  A sleep study is a critical part of the overall sleep assessment and when combined with your symptoms, assists to diagnose and treat your sleep disturbance.

How does it all work? The Sleep GP or their Sleep Care Coordinator / clinical assistant will explain the process on how to hook yourself up to the sleep study machine and provide you with detailed instructions. You will then sleep overnight as normal in your own bed at home, with the machine attached to you. Once you have completed the study, you will simply return the device to our clinic where it will be scored and reported on to determine a diagnosis.

Patient Information

Sleep Therapy Products & Accessories

CPAP Accessories

AirMini Filter, Std (2pk)


CPAP Accessories

S10 DC Convertor 24V


CPAP Accessories

P4 Battery


CPAP Accessories

P8 Battery


CPAP / APAP Devices

BMC Luna CPAP System (E-20C)


CPAP Mask Accessories

AirFit N30 Headgear


CPAP Accessories

S9 24V DC convertor