Being wired up is not the best way to get a good night's sleep.
So, at first glance, I don't have sleep apnea. Yeah!!!!!!
It will take 2 weeks for the results to come back on any sleeping problems I may have
Also, if you have the sleep test, where they wire you up, be sure of the following:
1. Bring any special pillows you are used to sleeping on. Which I didn't do.
2. Check the bed ahead of time. The bed I had was one of those cool beds where you could set the sleep number, i.e., it would blow up with air or expel air to adjust how hard or soft the bed was.
Check it, because although the bed was comfortable enough for chilling and watching tv, it was not inflated enough for comfortable sleep. And guess what? The remote control and/or the power for the inflator? Not functional. Oops.
Everything else was fine. The sleep lab I was in was totally cool. The people were awesome.
Going to the bathroom while wired up, and trying to hold the box all the wires were hooked up to... very, very interesting.
Anyway, although they assured me I got some sleep, I really didn't feel like I had in the morning! :)