Start Sleeping Better
START A SLEEP DIARY
Track Everything About Your Sleep
The Better Sleep Project offers a free online sleep diary so you can see what is really keeping you awake. A blank Sleep Diary is the first thing sleep doctors hand to their patients when they walk into the office. Now you can use it at home, on your laptop or your phone. No other app lets you track your sleep with the clinical standard Sleep Diary. Use it for two weeks to understand your sleep and make big changes in how you sleep. If you need to, you can share your results with your doctor – it’s the same one they use.
How Can A Sleep Diary Help?
Keeping a Sleep Diary will help you track your sleep, showing you the factors that are keeping you from getting consistent rest – Use it to discover the hidden patterns that are disrupting your sleep.
Understand Your Sleep
You can understand your sleep patterns and habits. We’re often very surprised at the difference between how we think we sleep and how we’re really sleeping.
You can start taking action. Tracking your sleep shows you what you need to change.
Help Your Doctor
If you decide to consult a doctor, your doctor can use your diary to find the right solution to help you sleep.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Wake up tomorrow and check your email for your daily reminder
Complete your diary – it takes less than one minute!
Discover what’s really keeping you from sleeping well!
What Would Change in Your Life with Better Sleep?
Have More Energy
A good night’s sleep changes everything – you’ll be amazed at how different you feel after good sleep.
Lose That Sense of Fatigue
If you’re not sleeping well, there is a deep sense of fatigue that makes everything harder.
Get more done in your day with all of the extra energy good sleep brings you.
A Sleep Diary is the clinical standard for sleep therapists around the world, and is the first step to discovering what’s keeping you from getting your best sleep. Now you can use the same Sleep Diary recommended by the Harvard Sleep Center, the University of Pittsburgh, and hundreds of other respected sleep research centers.