Sleep

70 million people in the US have a sleep disorder. This can be due to insufficient sleep, poor sleep quality, or sleeping at the wrong times. If any of these three are compromised, attention, memory, and productivity suffers.

Want to learn more? Answer these questions to rate your sleep:

In the past 7 days, my sleep quality was:
  • Very Good

    (1)

  • Good

    (2)

  • Fair

    (3)

  • Poor

    (4)

  • Very poor

    (5)

In the past 7 days, I had a problem with my sleep:
  • Not at all

    (1)

  • A little bit

    (2)

  • Somewhat

    (3)

  • Quite a bit

    (4)

  • Very much

    (5)

Add these two numbers to calculate your score.

Less than 3: Low risk
Between 4 and 6: Moderate risk, contact us
Equal to and above 7: High risk, contact us

It’s important to note that your doctors at Life @ Wellness Center are ready to help you get a good night’s sleep, either at home or on the road.

Also, there are around 120 different sleep conditions. Here are the most common ones:

Insomnia

Delayed sleep phase syndrome

Jet Lag

Sleep apnea

Restless legs syndrome

But the good news is that you don’t have to drink extra coffee (which doesn’t fix everything, by
the way). New treatments are available, right on campus.

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