Sleep Well Science Assessments
Depending on the sleep challenges identified, one of three standard sleep assessments will be conducted.
1. Objective sleep, activity, and environment [ACTIGRAPH] | £780
A wrist watch worn on the non-dominant arm for 2 weeks. This provides continuous 24/7 recordings of 3D movement, measurement of red, green, blue, and lux light, and peripheral / environmental temperature. Can help to identify sleep times, disruption, and duration.
2. Subjective sleep - Daily diary [DIARY] | £180
A daily diary delivered and completed online to record subjective sleep over 2 weeks. This will provide insight into how well/how long clients sleep, any interruptions to sleep, and bad dreams.
3. Subjective fatigue [FATIGUE] | £240
Online 2-week momentary analysis to identify exhaustion, fatigue across the day and after sleep.
Please select assessments undergone
Depending on the issues arising from the initial sleep investigations, there is scope to further identify remediation options using the following assessments
1. Sleep structure - Brain activity [BRAIN] | £1140
An at-home EEG sleep monitor that measures electrical brain activity to give insight into sleep stages such as slow wave sleep, REM, and light sleep. Consists of three easy self-applied peel-and-stick sensors placed behind each ear and back of head.
2. Sleep structure – Under mattress analyser [MATTRESS] | £360
An under-mattress sleep tracker that records heart rate, breathing, movement, sleep cycles, snoring, and sleep apnea detection. Doesn't require Wi-Fi, wearing anything, and compatible with most mattresses.
3. Blood oxygen concentration [OXYGEN] | £300
A wrist worn device that measures blood oxygenation levels and can help to identify sleep apnea.
4. Core body temperature [CORE TEMP] | £600
A small swallowable telemetric tablet (eCelsius) which measures internal core body temperature. Data from the tablet is transmitted to a small receiving dock. Gut transit time is typically 24-36hours. This can help identify circadian rhythm misalignment, slow wave sleep, and sleep quality.
5. Hormonal sampling [HORMONE] | £1140
Hormones can be extracted as saliva or blood samples and are processed in our HTA-licensed laboratory using ELISA assays. The sleep hormone melatonin and stress hormone cortisol provide information about circadian rhy