"Your sleep is fairly well optimised, scoring 73 %.
You said you sometimes have a problem with sleep though you are not very sleepy during the day, which means your body is probably getting the sleep it needs. Quality of sleep is more important than quantity. There's room to improve your score."
The only problem I really have with sleeping is once I get up I can't go back to sleep. :(
You said you do not have a problem with sleep and you are not very sleepy during the day, which means your body is probably getting the sleep it needs. Quality of sleep is more important than quantity. There's room to improve your score. Your personalised advice below may be useful.
Now thats twoddle..I am always tired..
"This is for your own good"
The Sleep Test.
You said you have a problem with sleep, but you are not at all sleepy during the day, which indicates your body is getting the sleep it needs. Quality of sleep is more important than quantity. You may find your personalised advice below useful for the odd bad night.
Body and HealthYou are an "Owl"
You are built to be at your best later in the day. Surprisingly, it also means your body clock is more flexible than people with standard or lark-like body clocks.
Ideally, people should wake at the same time everyday, but being an owl, you can probably cope quite well when your sleep pattern is disrupted.
You like a lie-in
You've admitted that you're not at your best early in the day, but you're not being lazy - there's a biological reason why you can't get up in the mornings. At about age 16, your biological rhythm shifts. You become more of an "owl" - a person who likes to go to bed later and get up later than other adults.
If you have to get up on time, you can tune your body clock by winding down early in the evenings, and avoiding being outside (where the light is bright) in the summer evenings.
YAY! It says I'm not lazy:D
And when I messed around and posed as a partying 100 year old that falls asleep at 11am and wakes up at midday, I got...