1. Do you usually fall asleep within 25 minutes of going to bed and turning off the light?

  2. Do you usually sleep through the night, or wake no more than once during the night?

  3. Do you usually sleep at least 7 to 8 hours a night?

If you answered 'No' to any of the questions above, then your sleep pattern is poorer than average, or what is considered normal and healthy, in that aspect of your sleep behaviour. As a result, you may be experiencing some of the negative consequences of sleep deprivation, or sleep fragmentation, on your physical, mental, emotional, interpersonal, recreational &/or occupational functioning, e.g. daytime drowsiness; poorer judgement; trouble concentrating, processing information, solving problems and making good decisions; poorer short-term memory; reduced creativity; reduced motivation; lower productivity and poorer performance in school, on the job, or in sports; impatience, irritability, intolerance and moodiness; slower reaction times; increased clumsiness and risk of accidents (6 hours or less sleep triples your risk of a car accident); and increased  risk of developing obesity, anxiety, depression, and a weakened immune system over time.

The good news is that you will benefit from utilising the Sleep Better module, including eWorkbook and Guided Meditation audio download. This module will assist you to experience a better, natural, healthy sleep, and will support you achieving a pattern of more steady, satisfying sleep, that best fits for your health and wellbeing. You will learn a number of mind-body techniques, practices and strategies to experience a deeper, more restful sleep, and regain a satisfactory sleep pattern.

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* This self-assessment quiz is meant to be indicative only - it is not intended to be a substitute for formal psychometric testing and professional diagnosis.