The Safety First Sleep Apnea Self Evaluation tools are available to help rule out if you may or may not be a candidate for Sleep Apnea. After taking the self evaluation, and you think you have tested positive for sleep apnea, you should contact one of our trained sleep apnea technicians or your physician to further qualify and diagnose and determine the proper treatment for your sleep apnea condition.
Check out our FAQs Page for additional Sleep Apnea information and Health Conditions.
Body Mass Index (BMI) is a number calculated from a person's weight and height. BMI provides a reliable indicator of body fatness for most people and is used to screen for weight categories that may lead to health problems.
Click here to view and download the BMI Chart.
This is a very common screening tool that is used to determine levels of daytime sleepiness and sleep debt. The questionnaire may be completed be either the patient and/or spouse and is designed to give an indication whether further investigations are necessary (i.e. referral to a Sleep Specialist.
You can view your score without submitting the form. However, by submitting the form and including your name and phone number, a trained specialist will be in touch with you for the best recommendations.
Answer ALL questions with the best answer that applies.
The S.T.O.P.G.A.N.G questionaire is another tool used to screen individuals for Obstructive Sleep Apena (OSA).
S = Snoring
T = Tired
O = Observed
P = Pressure
B = Body Mass
A = Age
N = Neck Size
G = Gender