Chapter 4

Sleep History and Physical Examination

David A. Schulman

Abstract

<p>Patients afflicted with sleep disorders may have a wide variety of complaints, the majority of which are, generally, nonspecific. It is therefore critically important that providers caring for these patients should be well-versed in the appropriate work-up of snoring, daytime sleepiness, insomnia and nocturnal behaviors. This chapter will briefly review these common complaints and the appropriate evaluation of each.</p>

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