Welcome to the Night School Sleep Test!

Please answer the folowing 5 questions, and then discover your score by clicking on the button at the end of the page.

If you are worried about your sleep, please consult your doctor.


1. Do you need an alarm clock to wake you up in the morning?

    Definitely Yes

    Yes

    Uncertain

    No

    Definitely No


2.  Do you fall asleep within 5 minutes of going to bed?

    Definitely Yes

    Yes

    Uncertain

    No

    Definitely No


3. Do you feel in control of your sleep? For example, can you fall asleep and wake up whenever you want?

    Definitely Yes

    Yes

    Uncertain

    No

    Definitely No


4. During the day, do you often feel sleepy when you are, for example, driving, sitting in a meeting, or chatting?

    Definitely Yes

    Yes

    Uncertain

    No

    Definitely No


5. Do you often feel like taking a nap during the day?

    Definitely Yes

    Yes

    Uncertain

    No

    Definitely No

 





What does your score mean?
Not getting enough sleep has a highly detrimental effect on your brain, body and health.
This test helps reveal
if you might be sleep deprived.

If you score between 20 - 25...
...you may be sleep deprived. The fact that you need an alarm clock to wake up, fall asleep quickly and feel tired during the day suggests that you may need to get more sleep at night. There are lots of quick and easy techniques for achieving this, but the important thing is that you don't simply ignore the issue.

If you score between 11 - 19...
...you are in the middle ground.
This range of scores suggests that sleep deprivation is not a huge issue for you, but that you might benefit from some kind of improvement in your sleep.

If your score between 5 - 10...
...you are probably not sleep deprived. You are able to get out of bed without an alarm clock, do not feel overly drowsy during the day and do not fall asleep the moment you climb into bed. All of this suggests that you are getting enough sleep.

To discover how to get a better night's sleep,
and learn more about Richard Wiseman's Night School book,
please click here.


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