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Sleep Disorder Assessment

Sleep health can often seem complicated. That's why we've created this easy-to-use online Sleep Disorder Assessment. By examining your sleep habits and symptoms, you could move closer to better sleep quality. If you're facing sleep issues like daytime tiredness, personality shifts, or restless nights, we're ready to help you find the right solutions. Remember, this tool raises awareness but does not replace professional medical advice. Your sleep health is vital to overall wellbeing. If you identify with these symptoms, consider contacting us for a detailed consultation.


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Wendy Paxton

Sleep Disorder Assessment

If three or more of these statements apply to you, it might indicate a potential concern. Please let us know so that we can discuss this further.

  1. I've been informed that I snore.

  2. Someone has told me that I stop breathing during sleep, even though I don't remember it.

  3. I'm carrying extra weight.

  4. I have a diagnosis of high blood pressure.

  5. People say I sleep restlessly, frequently tossing and turning.

  6. I often wake up with headaches in the morning.

  7. I tend to fall asleep in inappropriate situations.

  8. My personality has recently changed, according to others or my own perception.

  9. I'm consistently tired during the day, despite sleeping through the night for seven hours or more.

  10. The size of my neck is 17 inches or more (16 inches for women).

Sleepiness Scale

Contrary to just feeling tired, how likely are you to doze off or fall asleep in the following situations? Even if you have not done some of these things recently, try to work out how they would have affected you.

Rate your chance of dozing as:

0 = Would never doze
1 = Slight chance of dozing
2 = Moderate chance of dozing
3 = High chance of dozing


What Is Your Chance of Dozing?

  • Sitting and Reading

  • Watching TV

  • Sitting inactive in a public place (i.e., in a theater)

  • As a car passenger for an hour without a break

  • Lying down to rest in the afternoon

  • Sitting and talking to someone

  • Sitting quietly after lunch (without alcohol)


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


Sleep Observer Scale

The following questions relate to the behavior that you have observed in your bed partner while he/she is asleep.

Rate each situation as:

0 = Never

1 = Infrequently (1 night per week)

2 = Frequently (2-3 nights per week)

3 = Most of the time (4 or more nights per week)

  • Loud, irritating snoring

  • Choking or gasping for air

  • Pauses in breathing

  • Twitching/kicking of arms or legs

  • Snoring requiring separate bedrooms

  • Falling asleep inappropriately (example: while driving or at meetings)

Total score ______

If You Believe You May Have A Sleep Disorder, Schedule a Consultation Today!


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