You’re a walrus!
LOW RISK: Walruses operate just fine with little sleep. That’s great for them, but if you start feeling fatigued in the afternoon -- and sleepy at the wheel -- it’s time to get a sleep apnea test, just to make sure.
In all seriousness, if daytime sleepiness is a concern, go to Sleepquest.com to see how we can help!
We’re having a bit of fun with the animal-types, but the health risks associated with poor sleep can be serious. If you have indicated Moderate or High risk, an appropriate next step would be to speak to your physician about sleep apnea. Having a prescription form in hand can be valuable to guide your conversation – if you’d like to download a free version, please click here.