Sleep apnea test

Sleep apnea test with direct evaluation in 2 minutes

After waking up you feel tired, exhausted and worn out? Do you snore during the night and have you already driven your partner out of the bedroom with this noise? These may well be the first signs of sleep apnea. In the case of sleep apnea, breathing stops at night, which means that the organism is not supplied with oxygen. Not only can this symptomatology lead to health problems in the long term - the quality of life of those affected also suffers greatly. Are you concerned that you suffer from sleep apnea? Then a sleep apnea test can help you find out whether you might be affected.

Do I have sleep apnea?

In order to assess whether sleep apnea may apply, some questions must be answered in advance.

The sleep apnea self-test evaluation

Take your time to answer the questions calmly. However, please be as honest as possible. This is followed by a sleep apnea self-test evaluation. The probability that you have sleep apnea is higher the more often you answered yes to the last question. Then there is a risk that you will suffer from breathing pauses at night. In this respect, it is subsequently advisable to consult a doctor to clarify whether your problems are really due to sleep apnea.

What to do if the sleep apnea test is positive?

An online test can in no way replace a visit to a doctor. It is much more a simple tool to check whether sleep apnea is present. If the sleep apnea test is positive, those affected should remain calm. If the signs indicate sleep apnea, it is advisable to consult a specialist. In an initial consultation, he or she will evaluate the symptoms and clarify whether the suspicion is justified. If this is the case, a referral to a sleep laboratory will be issued. In the sleep laboratory, the affected person is monitored for one night to document the breathing cessations. A comprehensive diagnosis is necessary in order to subsequently determine an individual treatment.

Here you can test how likely you are to suffer from sleep apnea.


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