Health & Wellness

What type of sleeper are you?

It's no secret that sleep is one of the most important pillars of overall health. It can help repair muscles after a workout, improve memory, increase quality of life, reduce inflammation, assist with weight management and lower stress levels, just to name a few.

While everyone can reap these benefits, sleeps habits and patterns differ from one person to the next and often people have sleeping symptoms that overlap categories. Knowing the type of "sleeper" you are can help maximize your energy and improve efficiency in your work. Insomnia, disrupted sleep, restless leg syndrome, snoring/sleep apnea and interrupted sleep are just a few of the issues. Take the quiz below to find out what kind of sleeper you are — and tune in to TODAY in the next few weeks for tips on how to change your ways.

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