We’ve got you covered

We believe everyone deserves access to sleep care.
Insurance eligibility

For affordable care, Dreem Health partners with leading insurance plans.
Check if your insurance covers our services in two steps:

Online care, from A to Zzz

Why go to the sleep clinic when the clinic can come to you?
Video consultations
So you can skip the trip
to the clinic.
Licensed providers
Dedicated to improving
your sleep for good.
A sleep study
From the comfort
of your own bed.

Here’s how it works

What are sleep disorders?

Let’s not normalize poor sleep — the first step is knowing what you’re up against.
Sleep Apnea

When the airway in your throat gets blocked or narrowed while you sleep. This leads to poor sleep, snoring, and fatigue.


When you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep and do not feel refreshed throughout the day.

Restless Leg Syndrome

When you experience recurrent and unpleasant sensations to move your legs before falling asleep.


When you’re overly sleepy during the day, despite a good night’s sleep. This can affect your work and social life.

Circadian Rhythm Disorders

When your sleep routine doesn’t sync with your daily life—think delayed sleep phase syndrome, jet lag, or shift work...


When you have odd behaviors during sleep, like sleepwalking or night terrors. They disrupt your sleep and are quite unsettling.

Ready to get tested?

Get the answers you need, without leaving your bed.
1.Consult our sleep provider.
2.Receive a Sunrise sleep test*.
3.Test at home for 1-2 night(s).
4.Discuss results in a follow-up.

*We also prescribe WatchPat devices
and coordinate in-lab testing if need be.

Our Medical Director

Our Medical Director

Dr. Tony Masri, MD

“What drives me is knowing that thousands of people are living happier lives after we helped them regain control of their sleep.”

Hear it from them

We can talk all day,
but our patients say it best.

Did you know?

Reduce stress

When your body gets sufficient sleep, it is better able to cope with stress.

Improve your mood

Sleep facilitates the brain’s processing of emotional information.

Mental disorders

Sleep disorders often go hand in hand with other mental health issues such as anxiety, stress and depression.

Sleep disorders are more widespread than you might think. According to a National Sleep Foundation survey, 43% of people aged 13–64 have reported lying awake at night due to stress at least once in the past month.

Refer a patient

Do you have a patient struggling with their sleep or at risk of developing a sleep condition? We’re here to help.

Change your sleep, change your life.

contact us

Fax: 628-216-8120
Phone: (650) 761-4056

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