What’s Your Sleep Like? Sleep Quiz

Instructions: Please answer the questions below about your sleep habits over the past 4 weeks. This quiz takes most people about 5 minutes to complete. Take your time and answer truthfully for the most accurate results.


I am a year old / /

1. Do you have trouble falling asleep?

2. Do you have trouble staying awake during the day?

3. Do you get enough sleep to feel rested when you first wake in the morning?

4. Do you get the amount of sleep you needed?

5. Do you snore when you sleep?

6. Do you feel drowsy or sleepy during the day?

7. Do you take naps that are 5 minutes or longer during the day?

8. Do you feel that your sleep was not quiet (e.g. feeling tense, moving restlessly, can’t get comfortable)?

9. Do you awaken short of breath or with a headache in the morning?

10. Do you awaken in the middle of the night and have trouble falling asleep again?

11. How long did it usually take you to fall asleep during the past 4 weeks?

12. On average, how many hours did you sleep each night during the past 4 weeks?



Informed by and adapted for online use by: Hays, R. D., & Stewart, A. L. (1992). Sleep measures. In A. L. Stewart & J. E. Ware (eds.), Measuring functioning and well-being: The Medical Outcomes Study approach (pp. 235-259), Durham, NC: Duke University Press. All rights reserved. For personal, educational or research use only; other use may be prohibited by law.



Psych Central Research Team

Psych Central quizzes are developed by Dr. John M. Grohol, Psy.D. in conjunction with other psychological researchers, based upon scientific studies and/or the official diagnostic criteria for a disorder. Dr. Grohol is a published researcher, author, and mental health expert, and he currently sits on the scientific board of Computers in Human Behavior. Learn more about how we develop our psychological tests.

APA Reference
Research Team, P. (2020). What’s Your Sleep Like? Sleep Quiz. Psych Central. Retrieved on November 29, 2020, from


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Last updated: 29 Jul 2020
Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 29 Jul 2020
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