Table 1: Clinical manifestations of sleep-disordered breathing.

Night-time manifestationsDaytime manifestations

(i) Snoring (OSA)
(ii) Apnoeas
(iii) Dyspnoea
(iv) Excessive sweating
(v) Nocturia
(vi) Palpitations
(vii) Sleep fragmentation
(viii) Dry mouth
(i) Excessive daytime sleepiness
(ii) Attention disorders
(iii) Morning headache
(iv) Sexual dysfunction
(v) Emotional disorders