Innovations for Professional Healthcare

Live Your Healthiest Life

We want to help everyone live the healthiest life through our digital health solutions that connect clinician-patient with accuracy and intelligence.

4 Key Factors for

Healthy Living

A well-balanced combination of these four factors provides us with what we need to feel and live at our very best, and quality sleep is the most important factor.


Poor sleep patterns can have short and long-term effects on health and vitality including negative performance, poor working memory, loss of cognitive speed and decreases in accuracy.


Understanding and implementing proper dietary habits will help support a healthy internal-external balance. The key is to focus on a diet rich in healthy unsaturated fats, whole grains, lean proteins, fruits, and vegetables.

Mental Health

It is a silent killer which often goes unmanaged and completely ignored. Such problems can impact every aspect of a person's life, and an individual can have a tremendously difficult time trying to get on with their lives when they are dealing with such stresses.


Exercise and physical activity play big roles in contributing to a person's overall wellbeing. Like the other three aspects of healthy living, one's ability to take part in physical activity will both be influenced by an individual's sleeping quality, eating habits, and state of mental health and will influence them in turn.

We want to help people improving sleep quality.

Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a widespread sleep disorder characterized by breathing pauses during sleep. This silent enemy can put you at risk of multiple chronic illnesses if no treatment right away. Common sleep apnea symptoms are as following:

  • Snoring
  • Gasping for air and episodes of stopped breathing at night
  • Restlessness and insomnia
  • Morning headaches
  • Dry mouth and sore throat upon awakening
  • Low energy, feeling groggy during the day, apathy
  • Mood disorders such as depression and anxiety
  • Low libido and sexual disfunction

Is sleep apnea dangerous?

Snoring and sleep apnea are associated with severe illness and can contribute to risks for increased blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and depression.


of people who have sleep apnea suffer from high blood pressure, which increases the risk of heart disease.


of people with Type II diabetes have sleep apnea.


increased likelihood of having a stroke if sleep apnea is left untreated.


of people who have suffered a stroke have sleep apnea.


more often in patients who suffer from sleep apnea get into traffic accidents.


of moderate to severe sleep apnea cases go undiagnosed.

Why sleep apnea is undiagnosed?

Lack of knowledge, limited clinical resources, and frustration in finding simple, affordable, reliable, and continuous sleep apnea testing solutions make this issue worse.

What is sleep apnea? My doctor didn't tell me I need to be screened after my annual health check.
Qing-Xiong Chen (70)
Isn't snoring normal? I think everyone wake up 6~7 times a night like me. My wife is just being ridiculous.
Alan Lau (64)
Hong Kong
I tried to arrange sleep apnea test in a lab but my doctor told me it will take at least 6~9 months waiting!
Fred Buster (45)
Yeah, I had some symptoms of sleep apnea. But I can't find an affordable sleeping test center.
Steve Williams (32)
My friend visited a sleeping center before but he couldn't sleep at all due to being connected to many wires.
John Doe (44)
I ordered at-home testing kit before but it was very hard to setup with the equipment and all the wires.
Klaus Ruffing (52)

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