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Sleep Hygiene Test
34 questions, 15 min.
At what temperature do you keep the bedroom while you sleep?
Above 77 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius)
Between 73 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit (23-25 degrees Celsius)
Between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit (20-22 degrees Celsius)
Between 63 and 66 degrees Fahrenheit (17-19 degrees Celsius)
Between 57 and 61 degrees Fahrenheit (14-16 degrees Celsius)
Less than 57 degrees Fahrenheit (14 degrees Celsius)
If the "boogeyman" were to tiptoe into your room in the middle of the night, would he be able to find you?
Yes, with no problem - I keep a light on all night.
Yes, with a bit of squinting - I have a night light in the room.
Yes, by feeling around a bit - I keep the blinds open so the moonlight comes in.
Yes, by feeling around a bit - I keep the blinds halfway open.
No, my room is pitch black - I keep all light out.
Do you go to bed at roughly the same time every night? (Consider Sunday night a weeknight and Friday night a weekend night).
Yes, I go to bed at approximately the same time every night.
No, I go to bed at approximately the same time on work/school nights but I stay awake 1 or 2 hours later when I have the following day off.
No, I go to bed at approximately the same time on weeknights but I stay awake more than 2 hours later on weekends.
No, I go to bed at approximately the same time weeknights but I go to bed earlier on weekends.
No, I go to bed at all different hours practically every night of the week.
No, I go to bed at approximately the same time on weekends but I go to bed at varying times during the week.
You have been offered a very well-paid position that will require relocation to a new city. This is a very important decision to make as it will affect your whole life. Of course, you need to think it over and examine the pros and cons of each possibility. How likely is it that you'll lay awake thinking about it at night in bed?
In your experience, a typical night consists of:
Sleeping soundly from the moment I fall asleep until the second I wake up in the morning.
Sleeping soundly all night with one or two interruptions (getting up to go to the bathroom, letting the cat in, etc).
Sleeping soundly until I wake up early in the morning (to go to the bathroom, letting the cat in, etc) and then dozing or sleeping lightly until I have to get up.
Sleeping deeply between many interruptions (getting up to go to the bathroom, letting the cat in, etc).
Sleeping lightly with lots of interruptions (getting up to go to the bathroom, letting the cat in, etc).
Struggling desperately to get to sleep.