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Sleep problems health check

Check your sleeping pattern using this simple questionnaire

Most of us experience sleep problems from time to time. It may be just for a few days e.g. jet lag, or a few weeks e.g. exam stress. However, often it is linked to anxiety and lack of sleep makes the situation worse. Check your sleeping pattern using this simple questionnaire and get some useful tips on what might help.

IMPORTANT: Please note information given is not intended to diagnose, prescribe or replace the advice of a doctor or other healthcare professional. If you have any queries or are at all concerned or worried about your health, you should always seek advice from your doctor or other qualified health professional. The products recommended are traditional herbal medicinal products for use in the indications specified, exclusively based on long-standing use as traditional remedies. Always read the label.

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How often do you drop off to sleep during the day?

How often do you drink alcohol, smoke or drink coffee within an hour of going to bed?

At what time to do usually have your evening meal?

Do you regularly keep the bedroom window slightly open during the night?

How often do you study, eat, or watch TV in your bedroom?

With the exception of weekends, do you go to bed and get up at a similar time each night?

How often do you try to relax before bedtime by reading, listening to soothing music or having a bath?

How comfortable would you say your bed/mattress is?

Woman awake in bed unable to get to sleep
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