The Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS) is the most commonly used, validated subjective assessment of a patient's sleepiness. Take the ESS and see how you compare. This simple scale provides quantitative evidence of excessive daytime sleepiness and insight as to whether you are getting enough or the right kind of sleep. Scores above 10 are considered to reflect significant sleepiness.
The STOP BANG questionnaire is a proven tool that can be used to screen for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). This tool will assess if you are low, moderate or high risk for OSA.
The International Restless Legs Scale is a validated subjective scale reflective of the severity of symptoms in patients with a known diagnosis of RLS. This tool will assess if your RLS is mild, moderate or severe.