Are you at risk?
If you think you or a loved one may have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the first step is to discuss your concerns with your healthcare provider.
Diagnosing OSA requires a sleep test (or study), which in approximately 80% of cases, can be completed using a home sleep test in the comfort of your own home. In some specific situations, your physician may recommend an overnight sleep test. Many major insurance companies now encourage home sleep testing as a critical first step in sleep disorder diagnosis, helping patients identify their sleep apnea and so they can begin treatment as quickly as possible
osa risk assessment questionnaire
Download and fill out our Obstructive Sleep Apnea Risk Assessment Questionnaire to discuss with your doctor. Don’t guess – Find out today if you may be at-risk.