Keep Up With Your Sleep
Are you a problem sleeper? You’re not the only one.
Get the facts and then get a restful night’s sleep. You deserve it.
By keeping track of your daily activities and sleep patterns, you may be able to determine what’s preventing you from getting a restful night’s sleep.1
There are several ways to keep a sleep diary, ranging from apps and sleep trackers to a pen and paper. The most important thing is to keep an accurate record to understand what’s keeping you up at night. If occasional sleeplessness becomes a more serious problem, your doctor can use your sleep diary to help in the diagnosis and treatment.
What Should You Put In A Sleep Diary?
- Record the time you go to bed and wake up
- Rate how well you slept/sleep quality
- Specify when you were awake during the night
- Note caffeine or alcohol consumption and at what time
- Write down what/when you ate and drank before bed
- Rank daily stress level from high to low
- Note any drugs or medications you took that day1