How about you?

How about you?

How about you?

Enough and good sleep is

…to avoid headaches

…to reduce stress

…to be able to concentrate well

…to stay healthy!

How well do you sleep? Calculate your sleep score!

Caffeine (coke, coffee, black tea, energy drinks) wakes you up and blocks the signal for "tiredness" in the body.
You know this from hot summer nights: it's hard to fall asleep when you are hot, and your sleep is more restless. Sleep researchers recommend a room temperature of 16 - 19°C (60 - 66°F) degrees celsius.
Try to go to bed and get up at the same times if possible. Your brain likes a regular rhythm! This is especially important for migraines.
Your brain can't rest with a cell phone by your side. Even reading a short text message signals your brain to stay awake.
Waking up in the night is not a bad thing. But if you have trouble falling back asleep, you usually feel tired the next morning.
The longer you lie in bed and can't fall asleep, the harder it is for your brain to rest.
How about you?

How many points did you get?

Below 40?

Phew, you must be pretty tired!


You should try to improve your sleep!

You can get tips on improving your sleep here:

40 to 60?

Not bad, but there is room for improvement!


Check out what else you can do for better sleep here.

You can find ideas here:

More than 70?

Congratulations, you are a good sleeper!


Continue to make sure you get a good night’s rest!

You can find even more suggestions for a good night’s sleep here:

Now you know how to classify your sleep behavior. Next, read about how you can improve it even more!

What can you do?

Continue here. Learn what you can do to improve your sleep.

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Sleep well!

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