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How can Epworth Sleepiness Scale test help diagnose narcolepsy?

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This test asks you to rate on a scale from zero (not at all likely to fall asleep) to three (very likely to fall asleep) the answers to eight questions. Your total score will range from 0 to 24. Scores of 0 to 10 are normal. Total scores 10 or higher may call for more testing.

From: Diagnosing Narcolepsy WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCE: National Sleep Foundation.

St. Luke's University Health Network; "The Epworth Sleepiness Scale"
 

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on October 28, 2018

SOURCE: National Sleep Foundation.

St. Luke's University Health Network; "The Epworth Sleepiness Scale"
 

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on October 28, 2018

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