Take the sleep apnea test below to see if you may be suffering from this potentially dangerous sleep disorder. Then, if you have any indicators, see your doctor right away. If left untreated, sleep apnea can lead to life-threatening conditions including heart disease, stroke, and other degenerative illnesses.
The following sleep test is for your own evaluation. There's nothing to submit. To confirm a diagnosis, your doctor will need to administer a formal, clinically based apnea test. So, use this online test is an informational tool - but not for diagnosis purposes.
To begin, choose your answer from the drop-down boxes. Then, add up the number of "yes" answers you have. The likelihood of your being a sleep apnea sufferer (according to the number of "yes" answers you give) is provided below the test.
If you answered "yes" to six or more of the above questions, there's a strong possibility that you're suffering from some form of sleep apnea. The first four questions represent major indicators of sleep apnea. If you answered "yes" to two or more of these questions, there's a high risk that you are suffering from sleep apnea.
As stated above, sleep apnea poses significant health risks and it is important that you visit with your physician to get a definitive diagnosis and explore treatment options.
There are three types of sleep apnea.
For more information on sleep apnea, its forms and effective treatment options, click on the links below.
Learn About Sleep Apnea
Watch for These Apnea Symptoms
Causes of Sleep Apnea
Sleep Apnea Machine
Can Sleep Apnea Cause Death?
Sleep Apnea and Cancer Link
Sleep Apnea in Children
Weight Gain and Sleep Apnea
What is Sleep Apnea - Sleep Study
Tips on Buying CPAP Equipment Online
When to Replace CPAP Supplies
More About Sleep Apnea
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