An overnight stay at the sleep laboratory
Procedure of cabling
The nose glasses record possible snoring sounds and interruptions of your breath flow.
Firstly, the electrodes for the ECG will be attached to your chest with a special harmless glue. It measures the rhythm of your heartbeat.
A stretchable belt with a sensing element will be strapped around your chest and your waist measuring your breath flow.
An additional sensor records the position of your body during the night. A pulse oximeter will be attached to one of your fingers to measure the arterial oxygen saturation of your blood.