If you regularly have trouble sleeping, it might be a good idea to have a word with your doctor about it. If you do decide to make an appointment with your GP, it’s important that you should be able to give them all the information they need to make an accurate diagnosis. Below is a list of 15 questions that you should answer as accurately as possible before you see your doctor. Note down your answers and take them with you, to ensure your GP gives you all the help you need.
The answers to these questions will enable your doctor to give you all the advice you need. So take the time to answer them properly. When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, you need to put all the odds on your side!
Dr. Neil Stanley
Dr Neil Stanley is an independent sleep expert who has been involved in research for over 35 years. After starting out at the R.A.F. Institute of Aviation Medicine, he moved on to the University of Surrey's Human Psychopharmacology Research Unit, where he was Director of Sleep Research. Today, he travels the world lecturing on various aspects of sleep to both healthcare professionals and the public at large.