Sleep Apnea Assessment

Most people with Sleep Apnea are actually unaware they have a sleep disorder. In fact, one in ten adults- over 43 million- suffer from this common and potentially fatal sleep disorder. It is as common as diabetes and asthma. The risks of untreated OSA include heart attack, stroke, impotence, heart disease and high blood pressure. It also results in an increase in accidents in the workplace, lost productivity and motor vehicle accidents. Sleep studies are painless but sleep apnea is a life threatening condition. Early diagnosis and treatment reduces or eliminates the risks associated with sleep apnea.

See for yourself. Take the assessment below by checking the box by each question which relates to you. Your score will automatically be calculated for you once you have clicked the Submit button (Place a check mark next to each question that applies to you.)
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  1. Do you snore loudly or often (described as louder than talking or loud enough to be heard through closed doors)?
  2. Do you often feel tired, fatigued, or sleepy during the day?

  3. Has anyone observed you stop breathing during your sleep?
  4. Do you have or are you being treated for high blood pressure (hypertension)?
  5. Is your neck size greater than 17” (men) or 16” (women)?
  6. Do you have diabetes?
  7. Do you typically wake up to urinate one or more times during the night?
  8. Do you have reflux?