Sleep Test

Answer these quick questions to see if you have any symptoms of sleep/wake disorders. Select yes or no for each question, then use the submit button to score your test.

Welcome to your Sleep Survey

1. I've been told that I snore.
2. I’ve been told that I hold my breath while I sleep.
3. I have high blood pressure.
4. My friends and family say that I'm often grumpy and irritable.
5. I wish I had more energy.
6. I sweat excessively during the night.
7. I’ve noticed my heart pounding or beating irregularly during the night.
8. I get morning headaches.
9. I suddenly wake up gasping for breath.
10. I’m overweight.
11. I seem to be losing my sex drive.
12. I often feel sleepy and struggle to remain alert.
13. I frequently wake with a dry mouth.
14. I have difficulty falling asleep.
15. Thoughts race through my mind and prevent me from sleeping.
16. I anticipate a problem with sleep several times a week.
17. I wake up and cannot go back to sleep.
18. I worry about things and have trouble relaxing.
19. I wake up earlier in the morning than I’d like to.
20. I lie awake for half an hour or more before I fall asleep.
21. I often feel sad and depressed.
22. I have trouble concentrating at work or school.
23. When I’m angry or surprised, I feel like my muscles are going limp.
24. I’ve fallen asleep while driving.
25. I often feel like I’m in a daze.
26. I’ve experienced vivid, dreamlike scenes upon falling asleep or awakening.
27. I’ve fallen asleep in social settings, like at the movie theater or a party.
28. I have trouble at work because of sleepiness.
29. I have dreams soon after falling asleep or during naps.
30. I have "sleep attacks" during the day, no matter how hard I try to stay awake.
31. I’ve had episodes of feeling paralyzed during my sleep.
32. I wake up at night with an acid/sour taste in my mouth.
33. I wake up at night coughing or wheezing.
34. I have frequent sore throats.
35. During the night I suddenly wake up feeling like I’m choking.
36. Aside from exercising, I experience muscle tension in my legs.
37. I’ve noticed (or others have commented) that parts of my body jerk during sleep.
38. I’ve been told that I kick at night.
39. When trying to go to sleep, I experience an aching or crawling sensation in my legs.
40. I experience leg pain or cramps at night.
41. Sometimes I can't keep my legs still at night—I just have to move them to feel comfortable.
42. Even though I slept during the night, I still feel sleepy during the day.

Sleep disorders are real—and more common than you may think

Bottom line—If you’re experiencing any persistent sleep problems, please talk with your healthcare professional to get a referral for appropriate sleep tests. Or contact us directly at (920) 320-2440.