About the National Data
Baseline: 33.1 percent of adults aged 20 years and over with symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea sought medical evaluation in 2015-16
Target: 37.1 percent
Minimal statistical significance
Persons were considered to have symptoms of sleep apnea if they answered the questions listed under denominator as follows: (snoring 3 or more nights per week) OR (snort, gasp or stop breathing 3 or more nights per week) OR (feel excessively sleepy during the day almost always 16-30 times per month AND usually sleep 7 or more hours per night on weekdays or worknights).