Sleep Apnea Assessment

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Screening

Snoring can be more than annoying. Snoring may be a sign of various of sleep disordered breathing conditions, including Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), the most prevalent sleep-breathing disturbance.

OSA affects 24% of men and 9% of women. An estimated 82% of men and 92% of women with moderate to severe OSA have not been diagnosed. OSA is a treatable disease with the right diagnoses and treatment plan.

We invite you to take the STOP BANG Questionnaire to determine if you might be at risk for OSA.

While this tool may suggest a low likelihood of sleep apnea, if symptoms are present, we encourage you to pursue testing. In some cases symptoms may also suggest the presence of another sleep disorder. The Snore Centre provides treatment options for snoring, sleep apnea and other sleep disorders.

Is there a CPAP alternative for Sleep Apnea treatment?