Sleep Apnea is a common health problem. Nearly a billion people worldwide are estimated to have Sleep Apnea. Despite the increasing demand for faster diagnosis and effective treatment, there is a lack of technological advances and resources in the conventional clinical setting. The prevailing diagnostic test for sleep apnea tends to be inadequate and costly; which limits patient access to testing. As a result, as many as 90% of people with sleep apnea could remain undiagnosed.