What happens during a sleep study?

You will be placed in a room. Painless sensor electrodes will be applied to your scalp and face, and a belt will be placed around your chest and abdomen. You will be asked to go to sleep, and the sensors will record your breathing, chest movements, heart rate, blood pressure and eye and brain activity.

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