23-Question Sleep Quiz
Read through the questions below and answer each one true or false. If you have 5 or more true responses, or if any of the symptoms below occur more than 2-3 times per week, you may wish to consult with your physician, or call the McKenzie-Willamette Sleep Solutions Center, 744-8525, to learn more about sleep disorders and sleep therapy.
Please Note: This sleep quiz is not intended as medical advice or diagnosis.
TRUE OR FALSE
- ____ I have been told that I snore.
- ____ I have been told that I hold my breath while I sleep.
- ____ I suddenly wake up gasping for breath.
- ____ I often have trouble either falling asleep or staying asleep due to unpleasant sensations in my lower limbs, such as deep-seated, creeping, crawling, jittery, tingling, burning or aching.
- ____ I am overweight.
- ____ My friends and family say that I'm often grumpy and irritable.
- ____ I wish I had more energy.
- ____ During the night I suddenly wake up feeling like I'm choking
- ____ I often feel sleepy and struggle to remain alert.
- ____ I frequently awake with a dry mouth.
- ____ I have difficulty falling asleep.
- ____ Thoughts race through my mind and prevent me from sleeping.
- ____ I anticipate a problem with sleep several times a week.
- ____ I wake up and cannot go back to sleep.
- ____ I worry about things and have trouble relaxing.
- ____ I wake up earlier in the morning than I would like to.
- ____ I lie awake for half an hour or more before I fall asleep.
- ____ I have trouble concentrating at work or school.
- ____ I have fallen asleep while driving.
- ____ I often feel like I am in a daze.
- ____ I have experienced dreamlike scenes upon falling asleep or awakening.
- ____ I have dreams soon after falling asleep or during naps.
- ____ Even though I sleep during the night, I feel sleepy during the day.
Sleep Test Results
This quiz may help you recognize and detect symptoms of sleep disruption or disorders. The quiz is intended as a general source of educational information and does not contain medical advice. It should not be used for diagnosis or treatment. Getting an evaluation by your own personal physician or a certified sleep therapy center, such as the McKenzie-Willamette Sleep Solutions Center, is the best way to determine if you have a sleep disorder.