Continued from page 1
1. I cannot remember last time I enjoyed a good night’s sleep.
2. I have difficulty falling asleep at least four nights out of every seven.
3. I frequently wake up in middle of night and struggle to get back to sleep.
4. I often wake up at least an hour or more before my alarm clock rings.
5. More often than not, I go to bed and get up at same time each day.
6. I follow a regular exercise routine.
7. My diet includes a healthy balance of fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
8. I watch television or have a computer in my bedroom.
9. My spouse/partner complains about my snoring.
10. I am frequently sleepy during day and often wake up feeling tired.
11. I often experience a tingling or crawling sensation in my legs and feet.
12. I frequently find myself accidentally falling asleep during day.
Answering “true” to any of first four questions will help confirm fact that you may be suffering from serious insomnia.
Answering “true” to questions five through eight, however, suggests that you have already established lifestyle habits conducive to a good night's sleep. Having difficulty sleeping despite following a healthy exercise, diet and daily routine suggests that you could be suffering from some form of insomnia. You may want to try using natural sleep remedies to manage your condition, and considering seeking advice of a medical professional if it persists.
Answering “true” to last four questions may indicate that you suffer from severe insomnia or a related sleep disorder, and you should seek advice of a medical professional.
Copyright © 2005 Donald Saunders content and include resource box shown below. You may of course use your own affiliate link in resource box. For details of our affiliate program, please visit Help Me To Sleep Affiliates
Donald Saunders is the author of a number of health related publications including: "Help Me To Sleep - A Guide To Natural Sleep Remedies", "Jet Lag - An Alternative Approach", "Shift Work Insomnia" and "The Art of Meditation - A Guide To Meditation, Breathing and Relaxation Techniques" For further details please visit Cure Insomnia