Sleep Impacts Every Aspect of Daily Life


We’re Sleeping Less Than Ever

In 1942, less than 8% of the population was trying to survive on 6 hours or less of sleep per night; in 2018, it’s almost 50% of the population.


With Less Sleep, We’re More at Risk for:








Anxiety Disorders




Cardiovascular Problems


4 Steps to Better Your Health


Order Your Home Sleep Test
The test and simple instructions are delivered to your home.


Conduct Your Home Sleep Test
24/7 help is available, but the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled SleepMaster Solutions™ machine will do all the necessary tracking and reporting for you.


Sleep Study Results are Interpreted
Your sleep study is scored by a technologist and your sleep study results are interpreted by board certified physicians.


Take Action
You’ll receive a medical report with recommendations for treatment. SleepMaster Solutions™ can help coordinate treatment such as CPAP setup.


Anyone can benefit from better sleep.

Anyone who values their health and wellness.

“I would like to say how much I appreciate all the help the team has given me during this difficult adjustment I am going through. They would call me back very promptly and answer all my questions. SleepMaster Solutions™ is very luck to have such employees working for them.” David L.

Anyone who wants to wake up refreshed and have the energy they need to conquer the day.
“I’m able to get a good night’s rest each night. I feel rejuvenated the next morning. Wanting to take on life’s ever changing challenges.” KB.

Anyone who suffers from sleep disorders like sleep apnea and needs assistance obtaining and using a CPAP machine.

“I’m writing this to inform the SleepMaster Solutions™ staff about the great service I received in helping me get my CPAP equipment. Once I received it, they kept checking on me to make sure I knew how to use it and to make sure I had all the attachments. Now I am right on target to meet my deadline date for my medical card.” Earnest R.


Good Morning and Good Night will truly feel good.

Have a question about how we can serve you?

Call us at (844) 483-5541

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