Test Your Knowledge of Sleep and Snoring

This is just for fun. If snoring is a problem (for you or for your partner) then we’re here to help. Please do NOT self-diagnose and self-treat with gadgets or potions.

1. Who can prescribe and fit a ‘mouthpiece’ (oral appliance or mandibular advancement device) as a treatment option?


2. Is there a relationship between snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)?


3. What are the risk factors for snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)? (tick all that apply)


4. Who can diagnose obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)?


5. Is surgery the only answer to stop snoring?


6. Do Men snore more than Women?


7. Why may ‘snoring’ make the snorer sleepy?


8. Is feeling sleepy during normal wake time a fact of life as you get older?


Created by Adrian Zacherexternal_link3 | Page last updated 13th July 2018