Self reported snoring and daytime sleepiness in men aged 35-65 years.
BACKGROUND: It has been suggested that snoring alone, without conventional sleep apnoea or hypopnoea, may disrupt sleep and produce substantial daytime hypersomnolence. This study addresses this potential relationship. METHOD: Eight hundred and fifty men, aged 35-65 years, drawn from one general practice were visited at home and asked a range of questions potentially related to sleepiness, snoring, and sleep apnoea; these included inquiries about alcohol and cigarette consumption, nasal stuff...Expand abstract
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