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Score yourself using the Epworth sleepiness score 1

How much are your daytime sleepiness?

Your rank

0 - would never doze or sleep

1 - slight chance of dozing or sleeping

2 - moderate chance of dozing or sleeping

3 - high chance of dozing or sleeping

Sitting and reading Score
- Watching TV_____
- Watching TV_____
- Sitting inactive in a public place_____
- Being a passenger in a motor vehicle for an hour or more _____
- Lying down in the afternoon ______
- Sitting and talking to someone _____
- Sitting quietly after lunch (no alcohol) _____
- Stopped for a few minutes in traffic while driving _____

Your score

• A score of 0-5 should be interpreted as supernormal.

• A score of 5-10 should be interpreted as normal.

• A score of 10-15 should be interpreted as sleepy.

• A score of 15-20 should be interpreted as very sleepy.

• A score of more than 20 should be interpreted as dangerously sleepy

If your score is more than 10, possibility of OSA should be considered and you are in need to proceed forb sleep study

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       1-Johns MW. A new method for measuring daytime sleepiness: the Epworth Sleepiness Scale. Sleep 1991; 50-55.