Resources to help you sleep right

If you’re unsure whether you have a sleep problem, take a look at the items below. They can help you learn more about your sleep and track any difficulties you may be having.

Take the modified Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI)

Take the modified Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) to find out more about the quality of your sleep.

This quiz is a modified version of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) and helps you to assess the quality of your sleep.

Sleep diary

This sleep diary (for downloading) provides tips for a good night's sleep and helps you track your sleep over 1–2 weeks and, with the help of your doctor, find out what may be causing any problems.

Guide to stopping benzodiazepine use
(for health professsionals)

The RACGP guidelines for prescribing drugs of dependence  state that benzodiazepines should be prescribed at the lowest effŒective dose, for the shortest clinical timeframe. Long term use (over 4 weeks) should be uncommon. The 'STOP' guide is a stepwise protocol for addressing cessation of benzodiazepine therapy with patients and carers.