Sleep Habits
Good Sleep Hygiene
Poor Sleep Hygiene
Sleep Facts
Misconceptions
100
Doing this regularly may help your body regulate sleep habits.
What is exercise?
100

List 2 bedroom modifications that can improve sleep quality.

Comfortable mattress/pillow, weighted blanket, fan, cool room temperature, blackout shades, eye mask, etc.

100

Give an example of a poor bedtime routine. 

Going to bed and waking up at different times each day, watching TV/phone/tablet right before bed, eating in bed, drinking caffeine or smoking before bed, exercising vigorously before bed, etc.

100

This is a record of a person's bedtime routine that summarizes their sleep habits. It's used to promote better sleep hygiene. It's called a ________

What is a sleep diary or journal.

100

Watching TV before bedtime is usually a bad idea because it is a stimulating medium.

What is True?

200

This is the most common cause of insomnia in adolescents.

What are poor sleep habits or a poor sleep environment?

200

Describe a healthy routine to improve sleep hygiene.

Go to bed at the same time each night. Wake up at the same time each morning. Use an alarm. Create a bedtime and morning routine/ritual. Limit use of electronics before bed.

200

True or False: Exercising within 1 hour of bedtime is a good habit for sleep.

False

200

This conditions is characterized by an inability to fall asleep or remain asleep during the night, and awakening in the morning feelings sluggish. 

What is INSOMNIA

200

The body adjusts quickly to different sleep schedules.

What is FALSE?

300
T/F: Some medications may affect the ability to sleep.
What is true?
300

What does it mean to avoid stimulants before bedtime?

Avoid use of caffeine and cigarettes before bedtime.

300

Name one risk factor for poor sleep hygiene.

Stress from personal/professional life; depression; anxiety

300
There are this number of stages in the sleep cycle.
What is 5
300

You can never get too much sleep?

What is FALSE?

Too much sleep can make us feel over tired.

400

Name at least 1 way to improve sleep habits.

What is regular sleep schedule, be engaged, nap, expose yourself to sunlight, block out snoring, quit smoking, develop bedtime rituals, go to bed early, limit use of sleeping aids/pills?

400
Avoiding taking these during the daytime can help improve sleep quality at night.

What are naps?

400
True or False: Sleep quality can have an effect on memory.
True
400

Instead of medication, this "altering" treatment gains effectiveness over several months.

What is Behavioral treatment (lifestyle change)

400

Deep sleep stage is when we dream the most.

What is False? Dreams occur in the REM stage (Rapid Eye Movement)
500

T/F: Caffeine will not affect sleep habits.

What is false?

500

Define "sleep hygiene"

A term used to describe good sleep habits

500

Name two possible effects of poor sleep hygiene.

INSOMNIA, EXCESSIVE DAYTIME SLEEPINESS, POOR MEMORY, POOR RECALL, POOR JUDGEMENT, HEADACHES, WEAKEN IMMUNE SYSTEM, LACK OF ENERGY, DIFFICULTY CONCENTRATING & STAYING ON TASK

500

This population (age group) requires 7.5-8.5 hours of sleep per night.

Who are adolescents and teenagers

500

Everybody needs 8 hours of sleep.

What is FALSE?

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