Restore Sleep FAQs

Have questions about Restore Sleep? We have answers!

If you or your bed partner are currently experiencing insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or chronic snoring, Restore Sleep can help improve the quality of your sleep. As a nation-wide network of sleep medicine physicians and nurse practitioners,  we help people who suffer from these serious sleep issues find treatment quickly, conveniently and effectively.

Anyone who is experiencing sleep issues such as insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea or chronic snoring. We bill insurance and also have a private payment option including submitting to your HSA or HRA for coverage.

Snoring and insomnia patients will use our sleep tracking device and app. Sleep apnea patients will use a WatchPAT®. Your assigned sleep clinician will analyze the data from your sleep sessions to diagnose and recommend treatment. Each month, you will have a follow-on online visit with your sleep clinician to discuss your progress and any changes in your sleep patterns or how you feel.

Once enrolled in the Restore Sleep medicine practice, we will contact you to schedule an appointment, or you can contact us on our 800 phone number to schedule visits with your sleep clinician.

Our goal is to successfully address your sleep issues using innovative therapies and treatments. We will also analyze your progress after the initial diagnosis and treatment to make sure your treatment continues to be effective.

Restore Sleep is currently offering our medical services in California, Minnesota, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and we will add other states soon.

No. Like any medical practice, there is a charge for our services. This is why we ask for your insurance information. You also have the option to pay with your credit card and then submit this to insurance, or get reimbursed by your Health Savings Account (HSA) or Health Reimbursement Account (HRA).

See our ring sizing guide below. To use the Paper Cut Out method. You can download the guide here: Restore Sleep Ring Sizing Guide.

Click here to see a video demonstrating how to pair the Restore Ring to the app.

Please also double-check that you have followed the instructions in the Quick Start Guide. Be sure that you have downloaded the correct app, Restore Sleep (do not use Sleep Restore).

Please contact us at if you are still unsuccessful after viewing the video and following the instructions in the Quick Start Guide.

Click here to see a video on how to charge the Restore Ring, or follow these instructions…

Make sure you have the charger, Restore Ring and USB connector ready

1. Align the gold contacts of the USB connector with the gold contacts of the Restore Ring.

2. Insert the USB connector into the Restore ring.

3. Make sure that the gold contacts of the USB connector and Restore Ring are magnetically connected.

4. Insert the combined Restore Ring and USB connector into the Charger.

5. Insert the Charger with the Restore Ring and USB connector into a power outlet.

To understand the data displayed from the Restore Ring, please review the glossary provided in the Restore App.  This will help you better understand the terms that are used.

Please contact customer service at

First, we are focused providing quick diagnosis of common sleep issues such as insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and chronic snoring, offering appointments in days — not weeks or months like brick-and-mortar sleep clinics. Our sleep medicine practice offers a convenient solution that many patients find easier to use and less cumbersome than other monitoring solutions. We use innovative treatment solutions that really work to resolve sleep disturbance. As experienced sleep professionals, we believe that access to effective sleep medicine is essential to enjoying a great quality of life.

Of course, this is your data. For example, you can take screenshots of your data from the Restore App, as well as any questionnaires that you have completed as part of the process to join Restore Sleep. You can share these with your Healthcare provider. In addition, please refer to our Notice of Privacy Practices to find out how to get a copy of your medical records.