Sleep disorders that may be helped through the Center
* Excessive daytime somnolence * Insomnia
* Movement disorders in sleep * Sleep Apnea
* Restless Leg Syndrome * Snoring
* Irregular sleep wake cycles * Parasomnias
* Narcolepsy
* Sleep disorders associated to medical and behavioral
illnesses
* Other sleep-related disorders

EPWORTH SLEEPINESS SCALE
HOW LIKELY ARE YOU TO DOZE OFF OR FALL ASLEEP IN THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS, IN CONTRAST TO FEELING JUST TIRED? THIS REFERS TO YOUR USUAL WAY OF LIFE IN RECENT TIME. EVEN IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE SOME OF THESE THINGS RECENTLY, TRY TO WORK OUT HOW THEY WOULD HAVE AFFECTED YOU. USE THE FOLLOWING SCALE TO CHOOSE THE MOST APPROPRIATE NUMBER FOR EACH SITUATION.
0=WOULD NEVER DOZE
1=SLIGHT CHANCE OF DOZING
2=MODERATE CHANCE OF DOZING
3=HIGH CHANCE OF DOZING
SITUATION CHANCE OF DOZING: (0-3)
Sitting and Reading
Watching TV
Sitting in a public place (e.g. Theatre/Meeting)
As a passenger in a car for an hour without a break
Lying down to rest in the afternoon when conditions present
Sitting and talking to someone
Sitting quietly after a lunch without alcohol
In a car, while stopped for a few minutes in traffic
TOTAL:
IF YOU SCORED 10 OR HIGHER, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU CONTACT THE SLEEP LAB TO FURTHER ASSESS YOUR SLEEP BEHAVIORS.

URMC SLEEP LAB
1001 McArthur Street
Manchester, TN 37110
(931) 461-2592