I had a sleep study as a result of a bad EKG during my annual hazmat physical (even though I had ignored input from my wife for years--what a fool I was). But here is the rundown.
HazMat Physical--paid for by employer
Regular Doc evaluation of HazMat physical--$10.00 copay
Stress EKG at cardiologist--$10.00 copay
Consult with reg doc about stress EKG--$10.00 copay
Consult with cardiologist about stress EKG--$10.00 copay
Nuclear material injected into my veins simultaneously with another stress EKG--$10.00 copay
Consult with cardiologist about above--$10.00 copay
Consult with reg doc about cardiologist recommendation to have sleep study at HIS sleep center--$10.00 copay
Sleep study at hospital (not cardio's) sleep center--(ho hum) $10.00 copay
Sleep study for titration--$10.00 copay (note: my reg doc, a golf partner, called and said she could do without the $10 copay because she thought she could get it from me on the golf course and not have to pay taxes on it, LOL, she hasn't yet.)
All the stuff (blower, hoses, head piece, etc.) you guessed it $10.00 copay
Lost part to be supplied by DME at some time in the future, perhaps before the rapture, perhaps not--$10.00 copay
Lost part bought with a credit card over the internet, delivered in 16 hours--$25.00
That brings the total to about $135.00, and it has been worth all my worldly goods and assetts, except my golf clubs, for the 220 (or so) good nights of sleep.
Go for it, borrow the money from a loan shark, or worse yet a relative, but your life will be changed.
Check your smoke detectors and make sure the batteries are fresh.