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Screening for Sleep Disorders

We’re going to try to find out whether you suffer from sleep apnea in five quick steps.

Step 1  / 5

What is your occupation?

Certain occupations pose a greater risk of causing sleep disorders.

Drivers of commercial vehicles

Drivers of commercial vehicles

Drivers of emergency vehicles

Drivers of emergency vehicles

Other

Other

Step 2  / 5

Do you have these symptoms during the day?

Indicate the symptoms you have during the day.If none of the symptoms applies to your condition, go to the next question.

Headaches upon wakening

Non-restorative sleep

Poor concentration

Memory problems

Irritability, impatience

Sleepiness

Problems with libido

Exhaustion

Step 3  / 5

Do you suffer from any of these symptoms at night?

List the symptom(s) that you or those close to you have noticed when you are sleeping.If none of the symptoms applies to your condition, go to the next question.

Snoring

Sudden arousals, gasping for air

Breathing cessation observed by those close to you

Restless sleep

Night sweats

Getting up for the bathroom often

Step 4  / 5

About you

This information will be used to calculate your body mass index (BMI).

Do you have hypertension (high blood pressure)?

Enter your height 

CM

Enter your weight 

Step 5  / 5

How likely is it that you will fall asleep in these situations?

The EPWORTH Sleepiness Scale refers to your usual way of life in recent times. Even if you have not done some of these activities recently, try to work out how they would affect you.

Sitting and reading

Watching TV

Sitting inactive in a public place (theatre, meeting, waiting room)

As a passenger in a moving car for an hour without a break

Lying down to rest in the afternoon when circumstances allow

Sitting and talking to someone

Sitting calmly after a meal that did not include alcohol

In a car, while stopped for a few minutes in traffic

YOUR RESULTS

Your result

There is a moderate to high chance that you have a sleep disorder. A cardiorespiratory polygraphy to assess your sleep is recommended, or a split-night polysomnography (if urgent treatment required) with case management. Show the results of this screening test to your doctor to obtain appropriate follow-up.

There is a moderate to high chance that you have a sleep disorder. A cardiorespiratory polygraphy to assess your sleep is recommended, or a split-night polysomnography (if urgent treatment required) with case management. Show the results of this screening test to your doctor to obtain appropriate follow-up.

There is a moderate to high chance that you have a sleep disorder. A cardiorespiratory polygraphy to assess your sleep is recommended, or a split-night polysomnography (if urgent treatment required) with case management. Show the results of this screening test to your doctor to obtain appropriate follow-up.

As several symptoms that can be associated with sleep apnea are present, along with daytime sleepiness, it is important that you be investigated for a sleep disorder. A consultation at a sleep clinic is recommended. Show the results of this screening test to your doctor to obtain appropriate follow-up.

As a worrisome level of daytime sleepiness is present, it is important that you be investigated for a sleep disorder. A consultation at a sleep clinic is recommended. Show the results of this screening test to your doctor to obtain appropriate follow-up.

As several symptoms associated with sleep apnea are present, it is important that you be investigated for a sleep disorder. A consultation at a sleep clinic is recommended. Show the results of this screening test to your doctor to obtain appropriate follow-up.

You have few symptoms, but snoring is present. If you wish to be investigated further, show the results of this screening test to your doctor or a dentist/orthodontist certified in sleep-disorder dentistry to obtain appropriate follow-up.

You present a low risk of suffering from a sleep disorder . If in doubt , consult your doctor .

«STOP» Questionnaire


Result

Two (2) symptoms out of 4 indicate a high chance that you suffer from sleep apnea.
  • Snoring
  • Sleepiness
  • Observed apnea
  • Hypertension

EPWORTH Sleepiness Scale

Result

A score equal to or higher than 10 means daytime sleepiness that is of concern and warrants investigation.

A score equal to or higher than 10 means daytime sleepiness that is of concern and warrants investigation.

Body Mass Index (BMI)

Result

A body mass index (BMI) greater than 33 represents a high chance that you suffer from sleep apnea.

A body mass index (BMI) greater than 33 represents a high chance that you suffer from sleep apnea.

Receiving My Results by Email

Your result

Your symptoms
Night Day
«STOP» Questionnaire
Result Description

Two (2) symptoms out of 4 indicate a high chance that you suffer from sleep apnea.
  • Snoring
  • Sleepiness
  • Observed apnea
  • Hypertension
EPWORTH Sleepiness Scale
Result Description

A score equal to or higher than 10 means daytime sleepiness that is of concern and warrants investigation.

Body Mass Index (BMI)
Result Description

A body mass index (BMI) greater than 33 represents a high chance that you suffer from sleep apnea.