RESULTS: 88.22% of responders were aged between 18 and 50 years, 73.79% were male. 42.32% were overweight, and obesity had 8.80% of I and II degree. 47.44% - say that their neck circumference is greater than 40 cm. 13.65% are diagnosed with hypertension. 67.92% of the respondents say that they snore. 43% - say they know they snore moderately, hard and very hard. 66.89% admit the presence of a light degree of sleepiness. 67% who invoke moderate, hard and very hard felt sleepiness and fatigue during the day, have a high body mass index, are overweight or obese of I and II degree. Over a fifth of the respondents who say that their neck circumference is greater than 40 cm, confirmed the presence of daytime sleepiness. The study reveals a low level of knowledge of the respondents on obstructive sleep apnea - 28.33% have knowledge about OSA. Only a share of 4.71% of the respondents say that they have been tested for OSAS. There is a statistically significant correlation between the presence of risk factors for OSA, daytime sleelpiness and the reponders need for knowledge and diagnosis for disease (p<0.001, p<0.0001).