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Find out if you have a Sleep disorder?

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Disclaimer: This is not a diagnostic test, please check with your doctor to get diagnosed. 

Most people experience problems with sleep in their life.

The causes can include physical conditions, psychological conditions or a combination of both.

​This short test will give you a 'sleep score' plus practical tips and advice for improving your sleep.​


1.Thinking about a typical night in the last month, how long does it take you to fall asleep?
2.Thinking about a typical night in the last month, if you wake up, how long are you awake for in total?
3.Thinking about the last month, how many nights a week do you have a problem with your sleep?
4.Thinking about a typical night in the last month, how would you rate your sleep quality?
5.Thinking about the past month, to what extent has poor sleep affected your mood, energy, or relationships?
6.Thinking about the past month, to what extent has poor sleep affected your concentration, productivity, or ability to stay awake?
7. Thinking of a typical night in the past month, how badly sleep generally caused you problems?
8.How long have you had a problem with your sleep?


Your sleep score is excellent and indicates that you're not struggling with insomnia at the moment. Episodes of insomnia are common, in fact, it's estimated that many of us will struggle with it at some time in our lives. Stress and anxiety are common triggers. There are various good habits we should all get into to maximise our chances of a good night's sleep. For example:
  • Avoid caffeine later in the day
  • Avoid heavy meals late at night
  • stick to regular times to go to bed and get up
  • Use thick curtains, blinds or an eye mask to stop you being woken up by light
  • Try earplugs to stop any noise disturbing you
  • Try taking a warm bath an hour before you go to bed
  • Try listening to calming music or reading a book
  • Avoid watching TV or using mobile devices in the bedroom
  • Your sleep score is OK but some of the answers you have given indicate that you're experiencing a few symptoms of insomnia. Episodes of insomnia are common, in fact, it's estimated that many of us will struggle with it at some time in our lives. There are various things you can do to help you get to sleep. For example:
  • Avoid caffeine later in the day
  • Avoid heavy meals late at night
  • stick to regular times to go to bed and get up
  • Use thick curtains, blinds or an eye mask to stop you being woken up by light
  • Try earplugs to stop any noise disturbing you
  • Try taking a warm bath an hour before you go to bed
  • Try listening to calming music or reading a book
  • Avoid watching TV or using mobile devices in the bedroom
  • Your sleep score is OK but some of the answers you have given indicate that you're experiencing a few symptoms of insomnia. Episodes of insomnia are common, in fact, it's estimated that many of us will struggle with it at some time in our lives. There are various things you can do to help you get to sleep. For example:
  • Avoid caffeine later in the day
  • Avoid heavy meals late at night
  • stick to regular times to go to bed and get up
  • Use thick curtains, blinds or an eye mask to stop you being woken up by light
  • Try earplugs to stop any noise disturbing you
  • Try taking a warm bath an hour before you go to bed
  • Try listening to calming music or reading a book
  • Avoid watching TV or using mobile devices in the bedroom
  • Your sleep score is very poor and the answers you have given indicate that you're experiencing a number of symptoms of insomnia. Episodes of insomnia are common, in fact, it's estimated that many of us will struggle with it at some time in our lives. There are various things you can do to help you get to sleep. For example:
  • Avoid caffeine later in the day
  • Avoid heavy meals late at night
  • stick to regular times to go to bed and get up
  • Use thick curtains, blinds or an eye mask to stop you being woken up by light
  • Try earplugs to stop any noise disturbing you
  • Try taking a warm bath an hour before you go to bed
  • Try listening to calming music or reading a book
  • Avoid watching TV or using mobile devices in the bedroom
  • Your sleep score is very poor and the answers you have given indicate that you're experiencing a number of symptoms of insomnia. Episodes of insomnia are common, in fact, it's estimated that many of us will struggle with it at some time in our lives. There are various things you can do to help you get to sleep. For example:
  • Avoid caffeine later in the day
  • Avoid heavy meals late at night
  • stick to regular times to go to bed and get up
  • Use thick curtains, blinds or an eye mask to stop you being woken up by light
  • Try earplugs to stop any noise disturbing you
  • Try taking a warm bath an hour before you go to bed
  • Try listening to calming music or reading a book
  • Avoid watching TV or using mobile devices in the bedroom



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