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Welcome to Circady

Circady connects people with insomnia with sleep specialists who can help them get on the path to better sleep. Please complete this brief questionnaire to determine if a Circady Sleep Specialist may be able to help you with your sleep issues.
Please enter your date of birth to get started:
Enter your date of birth in this format: MM/DD/YYYY. E.g., 12/09/1985

Tell us a little bit about your sleep.

In the past 7 days...

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Your sleep assessment is ready! Enter your name an email and we'll email you your report.

Your Circady Sleep Quality Score is {{tscore}}

Sleep Disturbance (*)
Your Score
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A lower score is better than a higher score. The average Sleep Quality Score of the general population in the US is approximately 50.
Your Sleep Quality Score reflects your perceptions of sleep quality, sleep depth, and restoration associated with sleep. The higher the score, the poorer the quality of sleep. The average Sleep Quality Score of the general population in the US is approximately 50.
Your answers do not indicate that you have a sleep issue that Circady can help you with.
We recommend that you take your Circady report to your primary healthcare provider to discuss any problems you may be having, and determine from there if CBT-i treatment may be right for you.
A copy has also been emailed to you
A higher score indicates more problems with your sleep than a lower score. The average score for sleep problems in the general population in the US is approximately 50.

Your Sleep Quality Score reflects your perceptions of sleep quality, sleep depth, and restoration associated with sleep. The higher the score, the poorer the quality of sleep. The average Sleep Quality Score of the general population in the US is approximately 50.

It looks like your sleep problems have started recently, and there could be many reasons for this. You could see a Circady Sleep Specialist to address the problems now, or in the future if they continue.

Your Sleep Quality Score reflects your perceptions of sleep quality, sleep depth, and restoration associated with sleep. The higher the score, the poorer the quality of sleep. The average Sleep Quality Score of the general population in the US is approximately 50.

It looks like your sleep problems have started recently, but this isn’t the first time you have had them. Your score indicates that Circady may be a good fit for addressing your sleep issues.

Your Sleep Quality Score reflects your perceptions of sleep quality, sleep depth, and restoration associated with sleep. The higher the score, the poorer the quality of sleep. The average Sleep Quality Score of the general population in the US is approximately 50.

It looks like you have had your sleep problem for a while. Your score indicates that Circady may be a good fit for addressing your sleep issues.

Your Sleep Quality Score reflects your perceptions of sleep quality, sleep depth, and restoration associated with sleep. The higher the score, the poorer the quality of sleep. The average Sleep Quality Score of the general population in the US is approximately 50.

It looks like you’ve had this problem before and you have had this specific sleep issue for a while. Your score indicates that Circady may be a good fit for addressing your sleep issues.

Please select your state
Would to like to connect with a Circady Sleep Specialist?
Unfortunately, no Circady CBT-i Sleep Specialists are currently available in {{ state }}.
We recommend that you take your sleep report to your primary healthcare provider to discuss your treatment options.
A copy has also been emailed to you
New sleep specialists are joining our network every day. Sign up to be notified when one becomes available in {{ state }}.

* The Circady Sleep Assessment is based on the PROMIS® (Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System) Sleep Disturbance Short Form, a measure used for adults (age 18 and older) to provide insight on the individual’s perceptions of sleep quality, sleep depth, and restoration associated with sleep.