• Are you having difficulty sleeping?
  • Do you feel tired when you get up, even though you've had a full night's sleep?
  • Do you doze off periodically throughout the day, and struggle to stay awake when driving?
  • Do you snore? Is your snoring loud or disruptive to you or your partner?
  • Are you gasping or choking while asleep?
  • Are you groggy in the morning, or have headaches upon waking?
  • Do you get up during the night to urinate?
  • Do you toss and turn?
  • Do you suffer from depression or irritability?
  • Are you overweight?
  • Do you have high blood pressure or heart disease?
  • Do you have diabetes?
  • Do you have a large neck that may be crowding your upper airway?
  • Are you a post-menopausal woman?
  • Are you forgetful?
  • Do you suffer from loss of energy?
  • Do you have a history of stroke?
  • Do you suffer from sleep paralysis?
  • Do you suffer from ischemic heart disease?
  • do you have heart palpitations?

Any of these symptoms are indications of a possible sleep disorder which can be life-threatening if left untreated. Please discuss these symptoms with your physician and see if a sleep study would be helpful for you or a family member.