Sleep Disorders, Grand Resort Bad Ragaz

Are you experiencing problems falling asleep or sleeping through the night, snoring, inability to get restful sleep, daytime tiredness, lack of energy, difficulty in concentrating or do you have an impaired circadian rhythm? Extensive diagnostic procedure using video-polysomnography records every possible disturbance factor during your sleep and enables a clear diagnosis to be made on the basis of the investigation results.

(Minimum 2 nights of stay in hotel)
Arrival to the hotel from Sunday to Wednesday

Your programme :

  • Thorough medical examination
  • Weight and body mass index measurement
  • Central nervous system function check
  • Spine check
  • Thorough sleep investigation – video polysomnography
  • Laboratory examinations of liver, kidneys, thyroid, blood sugar, blood lipids and blood count
  • Lung function test (incl. lung volume and airway resistance testing)

Price of programme “Sleep diagnostics” –  4’850 CHF

This programme is available starting on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and includes two overnight stays with an accompanying person at the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz in a hotel room designed specifically for diagnostic packages. The following are included in your stay:

  • Overnight stay including generous buffet breakfast
  • 36.5° wellbeing package
  • Dine Around in the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz
  • 2 days, incl. 2 overnight stays, with accompanyinng person


The video-polysomnography can be carried out in your room/suite. State-of-the-art technology enables the following important sleep characteristics to be easily and reliably recorded:

  • Electroencephalogram (EEG)
  • Eye movements and muscle tension
  • Sleep cycles
  • Respiration monitoring & snoring if applicable
  • Blood oxygen level • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Leg movement pattern
  • Body position and change of position


Polysomnography is a comprehensive recording of the biophysiological changes that occur during sleep. It is usually performed at night, when most people sleep, though some labs can accommodate shift workers and people with circadian rhythm sleep disorders and do the test at other times of day. The PSG monitors many body functions including brain (EEG), eye movements (EOG), muscle activity or skeletal muscle activation (EMG) and heart rhythm (ECG) during sleep. After the identification of the sleep disorder sleep apnea in the 1970s, the breathing functions respiratory airflow and respiratory effort indicators were added along with peripheral pulse oximetry.


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