sleep diary

sleep diary

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A sleep diary is a record of your sleep patterns, including the time you go to sleep and wake up, over an extended period of time (usually at least two weeks). A sleep diary can be extremely useful in helping doctors make a diagnosis of a sleep disorder or make a better determination of whether to refer a person for a sleep study.

Synonyms:
sleep log
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