The new free online test aims to educate subscribers on the basics of sleep apnea and to let them know if they could possibly have this condition so that they may seek professional medical advice with their snoring or sleep related issue.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
After a new study from the journal Pediatrics found that many kids actually suffer with sleep apnea and that all kids should be screened if they snore, the Sleep Clinic Toronto Group announced a new free online sleep questionnaire offer and report. The group aims to help people get properly treated for sleep apnea and to help individuals who snore or have disruptive sleep patterns discover if they truly have sleep apnea or not. This new questionnaire, inspired by the new study and recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics, will help people determine if they, or their child, may have sleep apnea.
The new free online questionnaire and report aims to educate subscribers on the basics of sleep apnea and to let them know if they could possibly have this condition so that they may seek professional medical advice with their snoring or sleep related issue. The group hopes that more people, inspired by the study on children and sleep apnea, will turn to this free questionnaire to discover the potential signs of sleep apnea in themselves or someone they know. The new questionnaire is now being offered through the group’s website and is available for anyone who is interested in learning more about sleep apnea and ways to handle this condition. Due to recent reports in the news on the link between sleep apnea and an increased risk for cancer, it is more important than ever to find out about this condition from websites such as http://sleepapneatoronto.org.
According to Dr. Richard Goodfellow at http://tmjtoronto.org, “Anyone suspecting they have symptoms such as snoring, fatigue, headaches or migraines, or a clicking jaw should see a qualified dentist right away. Your dentist is your front line connection to sleep disorders such as sleep apnea which is often associated with a temporomandibular joint dysfunction.”
To find out more about the Sleep Clinic Toronto Group and their free sleep apnea questionnaire offer, visit them online at http://sleepclinictoronto.org.