We present an approach to quantifying nocturnal blood pressure (BP) variations that are elicited by sleep disordered breathing (SDB). A sample-by-sample aggregation of the dynamic BP variations during normal breathing and BP oscillations prompted by apnea episodes is performed. This approach facilitates visualization and analysis of BP oscillations. Preliminary results from analysis of a full night study of 7 SDB subjects (5 Male 2 Female, 52±5.6 yrs., Body Mass Index 36.4±7.4 kg/m2, Apnea-Hypopnea Index 69.1±26.8) are presented. Aggregate trajectory and quantitative values for changes in systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) concomitant with obstructive apnea episodes are presented. The results show 19.4 mmHg (15.3%) surge in SBP and 9.4 mmHg (13.6%) surge in DBP compared to their respective values during normal breathing (p<0.05). Further, the peak of the surge in SBP and DBP occurred about 9s and 7s, respectively, post the end of apnea events. The return of SBP and DBP to baseline values displays a decaying oscillatory pattern.