SOMNOLANCE EPWORTH SCALE

How lucky are you to doze off or fall asleep and not just feel tired in the following situations? EVEN if you have not been in one of these situations lately, imagine what effect it would have had on you.

Choose the most appropriate proposal from the following:

  • 0 = No risk of falling asleep
  • 1 = Low risk of falling asleep
  • 2 = Moderate risk of falling asleep
  • 3 = High risk of falling asleep

Questions 0 1 2 3
1.Reading in sitting position
2.Watching television
3.Sitting idle in a public place (theater, meeting, etc).
4.Sitting as a passenger in a vehicle for a journey of one hour or more.
5.Be extended in the afternoon when circumstances permit.
6.Sitting while talking with someone.
7.Sitting quietly after a meal without alcoholic drink.
8.In a car stopped a few minutes at a traffic light or in traffic.
RESULTS: TOTAL:


STOP-BANG RATING MODEL (SLEEP APNEA SYNDROME SCREENING)
S(SNORING) Do you snore loudly (louder than when you speak or loud enough to be heard through closed doors)? YES
NO
T(FATIGUE) Do you often feel tired, exhausted or sleepy during the day? YES
NO
O(OBSERVATION) Has anyone ever noticed that you stopped breathing in your sleep? YES
NO
P(BLOOD PRESSURE) Have you followed or are you undergoing treatment for high blood pressure? YES
NO
B(IMC) Imc greater than 35 kg / m2? YES
NO
A(AGE) Age over 50? YES
NO
N(NECK CIRCUMFERENCE) Circumference at 40cm (16in)? YES
NO
G(SEX) Male? YES
NO
RESULTS