If you clicked through to take the sleep quiz, you probably already suspect you’re not sleeping well. Maybe you have trouble getting to sleep. Maybe you have trouble staying asleep. Maybe you’re up late, surfing the web right now, even though you need to be up for work in just a few short hours.
Sleep disorders — which can include insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, sleepwalking and restless legs syndrome – have become more and more common. One study estimates that 60 percent of people have a sleep disorder. Are you one of them?
Read the statements below. Answer true or false for each one.
If you answered true more than twice, you may want to discuss your sleep problem with your healthcare professional. While the results of this quiz are by no means conclusive, it will provide you with an idea of common symptoms associated with many sleep disorders. If you think you have a sleep disorder, it is best to speak with a sleep physician at one of our sleep centers. The Sleep Center at SouthPark is a nationally accredited from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
I took my 5 year old, Drew, to CEENTA in September 2017 after his pediatrician recommended we have his eyes checked. We were told by Dr. Haney that Drew would definitely need glasses due to a strong astigmatism in both eyes.