• Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

    This is one of the main symptoms of many sleep disorders. Initially, daytime sleepiness develops under passive conditions such as watching television and reading...

  • Snoring

    Snoring is the vibration of upper airway tissues during sleep. Snoring can disturb a bed partner's sleep and often brings the patient to medical attention...

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome

    A common, chronic and disabling disorder with repetitive, partial or complete obstruction of upper airways during sleep...

  • Narcolepsy

    This was the first primary sleep disorder to be described and characterized with reports dating back from over 100 years ago...

  • Periodic Leg Movement Disorder...

    A common condition with disagreeable leg sensations, usually at rest and prior to sleep onset, causing an irresistible urge to move the legs...

  • Other major sleep disorders with EDS

    These include abuse of central nervous system stimulant drugs, major depression...

  • Insomnia

    Primary insomnia is a common disorder with inability to initiate or maintain sleep in the absence of other primary medical or psychiatric disorders...

  • Full Overnight Polysomnography

    Full overnight sleep study or polysomnography involves the recording of electrical activity of the brain, eyes and chin muscles...

  • Multiple Sleep Latency Test

    Daytime sleepiness can be subjectively documented by the Stanford Sleepiness and Epworth Sleepiness scales...

  • CPAP Titration Study

    Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (n-CPAP) is the treatment of choice for most patients with obstructive sleep apnoea...

  • Upper Airway Imaging

    Done for patients with obstructive sleep apnoea requiring surgical correction. This includes plain X-rays...

  • Sleep Nasendoscopy

    Videofluroscopy and nasendoscopy are the methods to directly visualize the dynamics of upper airways, sometimes during a sedative induced light sleep...