Sleep monitoring is not often emphasized as a crucial aspect of patient in medical school, but that doesn’t negate its unchecked prevalence, reports MD Magazine.
“There are 2 screening questions we suggest that you ask,” he explained. “’Do you have any trouble getting to sleep?’ and the second one: ‘How do you feel the next day?’”
Follow-up questions should pertain to: the patient’s timing of sleep; current therapies; lifestyle; duration and frequency of sleep; any medical or psychiatric associations; their history of primary sleep disorders; and their family history of disorders including insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea.
from Sleep Review http://www.sleepreviewmag.com/2019/04/why-physicians-need-to-ask-patients-about-sleep/