How Is Caffeine Affecting YOUR Sleep?
Your sleep can be greatly affected by how much caffeine you consume during the day, as well as how much caffeine remains in your body when it's time to go to sleep.
Caffeine can sneak up on you. It can be found in many items, including some prescription and over-the-counter medications, and a variety of beverages and foods.
This tool can help you determine if caffeine consumption might be affecting your sleep. Talk to your doctor about your caffeine intake.
The information, data, behavioral recommendations, and materials in the Sleep Self-Assessment Tools are provided for your education and reference only and are not, nor are they intended to be, a medical or psychological evaluation, examination, advice, consultation, diagnosis, or treatment. Takeda recommends that you consult a physician and/or other healthcare professional for all medical and health-related matters. Takeda will not be liable for, and you waive any claim for, any personal injury damage and/or liability arising out of your use of or your reliance on the information, data, behavioral recommendations, and materials made available to you in the Sleep Self-Assessment Tools.