Sleep well is very important for your overall health, energy and productivity. But do you have any idea if you are a good sleeper? And whether you have the right habits?
Better learning sleep begins when discovering your current situation. Next, it’s important to know what is the most important thing for you, so you can work effectively and effectively on your sleep quality!
Now do this sleep test and get a better insight into the quality of your sleep right away!The test is free and no registration required.
Therefore, the first step in improving your sleep quality will help you to find out what you are currently saying. And a sleep test can provide the result.
Put the first step!
That’s why I’ve made a sleep test that will help you get a better insight into your current sleep quality. This test indicates the most important points for improving your night’s rest.
The sleep test only takes a few minutes. Based on a number of multiple choice questions, a score is calculated for the quality of your sleep.The questions are divided into a number of categories (not visible during the test) so that you can immediately see which parts you score well or badly after completing the test. In this way you will discover the most important points to improve your sleep quality.
Instruction sleep test
Make a choice with each question. The ideal answer for you will not always stand between. Then choose the answer that comes closest to your situation.
To give an example : Do not sport daily but do not let the dog out every day 3 times the dog 10 minutes. If you have a question about exercise, you can count these walks well as 30 minutes of exercise. The same goes for cycling for your work, etc. Try to ascertain as best as possible which answer best suits your situation. Depending on your score, I will give you a few more general opinions.
Questions following the sleep test
Do you have any questions after the test, or do you want to know, for example, how exactly you scored by specific question? Please send me an email via the contact form. (The test indicates how you score by category, but not the score you have achieved per question).