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Can Snoring Kill You?
Not if You Kill It First!

Listen to the Dennis Prager interview with Dr. Avi Ishaaya on the dangers of snoring and sleep apnea, then find out if you may be suffering from sleep apnea. Simply click on the button below to fill out the screening questionnaires, which are the same ones Dennis Prager completed.

If you’re at risk, you should take Dr. Avi Ishaaya’s home sleep test; the most affordable and convenient way to get diagnosed for obstructive sleep apnea.

Are You At Risk? Get Screened To See If You Should Be Tested

If you’re experiencing symptoms of sleep apnea, you can find out your risk level in just a couple of minutes by answering the questionnaires below. Snoring treatments and cures are just moments away!

Berlin Questionnaire: This questionnaire was developed to accurately predict the presence of sleep apnea in patients.

1. Do you snore?
Yes No Don't Know
2. How loud is your snoring?
As loud as breathing As loud as talking Louder than talking Even louder, can be heard in the next room
3. How frequently do you snore?
Almost daily 3-4 times a week 1-2 times a week 1-2 times a month Rarely or never
4. Does your snoring bother other people?
Yes No Don't Know
5. Has anyone ever noticed you stop breathing in your sleep?
Almost daily 3-4 times a week 1-2 times a week 1-2 times a month Rarely or never
6. How often do you feel tired after sleeping?
Almost daily 3-4 times a week 1-2 times a week 1-2 times a month Rarely or never
7. Do you feel tired during your waking time?
Almost daily 3-4 times a week 1-2 times a week 1-2 times a month Rarely or never
8. How often do you nod off or fall asleep while driving?
Almost daily 3-4 times a week 1-2 times a week 1-2 times a month Rarely or never
9. Do you have high blood pressure?
Yes No Don't Know
10. what is your height and weight?
' '' Lbs.

Epworth Sleepiness Scale: How likely are you to doze off or fall asleep in the following situations? Select the number that best describes your likelihood of dozing off or falling asleep during the following situations. Even if you have not been in these situations recently, try to imagine how you would behave.

1. Sitting and reading:
2. Watching TV
3. Sitting inactive in a public place (e.g. a theater or a meeting):
4. As a passenger in a car for an hour without break:
5. Lying down to rest in the afternoon when circumstances permit:
6. Sitting and talking to someone:
7. Sitting quietly after a lunch without alcohol:
8. In a car, while stopped for a few minutes in traffic:
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