What Sleep Disorder Are You?

Are you one of the few who gets eight full hours of sleep most nights? Then consider yourself lucky! If not, you’re in good company, and you may appreciate my latest quiz: What Sleep Disorder Are You?

Comment below and let me know what your result was. Does it fit your personality? What’s kind of sleeper do you consider yourself?

What do you think?

14 thoughts on “What Sleep Disorder Are You?

  1. Monica T.

    I am sleepwalking…. πŸ™‚
    I often ‘get caught up in anticipation’, and I do ‘find almost everything invigorating’. I am definitely ‘enthusiastic, upbeat, very independent and strong minded’, although I don’t show it much…
    I’m absolutely ‘not the type to sleep laying down’.

    When it comes to sleep, my job as an intern in the hospital almost always deprive me from it, so any small amount of sleep is really precious to me. But that job really got me used to sleep anywhere, anytime and in any kind of position available… Haha! πŸ™‚

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  2. Anna

    You Are Sleepwalking

    “You are totally exuberant and unrestrained in your actions. You really go for it!
    You can be a bit antsy at times. You get caught up in anticipation.

    You find almost everything invigorating. You are enthusiastic and upbeat.
    You are very independent and strong minded. You’re not the type to sleep laying down.”
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    Heh, I had to look up ‘exuberant’. I’ll be the first to admit that my vocabulary isn’t the best, but I love learning new things!

    “You’re not the type to sleep laying down.”
    This actually made me laugh. πŸ™‚

    “Are you one of the few who gets eight full hours of sleep most nights? Then consider yourself lucky!”
    I’ve been sleeping biphasically for the past two years, and get by on about four hours of sleep per day, which is nice.

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    1. kari Post author

      Haha! I’m glad you could learn a new word from the quiz. Very cool about your biphasic sleep. That’s something I’d like to learn more about πŸ™‚

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  3. Rachael

    You Are Insomnia

    You have a restlessness about you that’s hard to shake. You have difficulty calming down.
    You want to rise to the top. You are extremely ambitious and driven.

    You can’t stand by and be complacent. You try to take action whenever possible, and when you can’t act, you worry.
    In general, you consider sleeping to be a waste of time. You’ll sleep when you’re dead.
    Lol, actually i HAVE insomnia…thats why im up right now πŸ˜› this…is the second quiz to actually get something thats wrong with me right..! Ugh…Insomnia-___-
    got me right on almost all levels>.<

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  4. Tara

    “You are Insomnia–

    You have a restlessness about you that’s hard to shake. You have difficulty calming down. You want to rise to the top. You are extremely ambitious and driven.

    You can’t stand by and be complacent. You try to take action whenever possible, and when you can’t act, you worry. In general, you consider sleeping to be a waste of time. You’ll sleep when you’re dead.”
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    Ha, ha. The yoga person is an insomniac, lol. Totally got me though. I’m one of those people who has trouble shutting her mind off to go to sleep. I usually have to get my brain nice and tired before trying to go to sleep (usually a couple of TV shows will do it). The restlessness part is right but it’s not because of ambition, it’s more the “can’t stand by and be complacent.” Oh, and I do have a tendency to worry, you caught me, lol.

    I totally value my sleep now though, it’s one of the most important and healing things you can do for your body–yoga taught me that one πŸ˜‰ 6 hours of sleep is what I usually need.

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      1. Tara

        I don’t think that all yoga people are insomniacs, nor am I one completely, it just takes a little bit to get my mind to settle down so that I can get to sleep easier. Yoga definitely helps on that front. I just thought the quiz result was humorous because according to classical yoga texts: “yoga is the stilling of the fluctuations of the mind.” So, me getting that result is kind of funny πŸ˜‰

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        1. kari Post author

          Oh that makes sense! I do notice that a lot of people gravitate toward yoga when they have certain problems (bad back, emotional upheaval, etc), so I thought insomnia could be one of those πŸ™‚

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