How the information on our site can help you
Just listen – do you or your partner sound like this when asleep? Click on the link below.
If so, you may well have obstructive sleep apnoea
Fill in this Epworth Sleepiness Scale for SATA
If you score is 10 or over, you may have a sleep disorder. Book an appointment with your GP, take your Epworth Sleepiness Scale completed assessment form with you and discuss possible referral to an NHS Sleep Clinic.
For more information about sleep apnoea and its treatment Sleep Apnoea take a look at our What is Obstructive Sleep Apnoea – The Facts Sep 2017 leaflet.
Or is you prefer, this A4 print at Home Patient Information Sheet What is Obstructive Sleep Apnoea – The Facts -Sep 2017
You can download and print this document and take it with you to your GP if it helps.
We also publish a range of informative leaflets, which can easily be downloaded. They are also available as A4 Patient Information sheets for simple home printing. Follow this link:
If you are awaiting a Sleep Study to confirm diagnosis of Sleep Apnoea or have been newly diagnosed, the information on these pages will help you understand the diagnostic process and treatment. It does not replace the guidance and advice you should seek from your Medical Professional. The Glossary of Terms may help you understand some of the words that may be used
There is also information on how Sleep Apnoea can affect your ability and eligibility to drive. The authority on driving in the UK is the DVLA whose website should always be consulted for the latest position But a more understandable interpretation of the rules can be obtained from this website.
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