Table 2: Rank order of good and poor sleep quality categories in Study 1: percentages based on the number of participants who had at least one response in the category.

RankGood sleep qualityPoor sleep quality
InsomniaOSAControlTotalNight versus dayInsomniaOSAControlTotalNight versus day

1Refreshed in morning55%41%51%50%DayFrequent awakenings45%22%44%40%Night
2Infrequent awakenings41%26%31%35%NightNot refreshed in morning35%37%42%39%Day
3Lots of energy33%44%31%35%DayTired43%37%36%39%Day
4Good mood27%15%22%22%DayBad mood29%26%16%23%Day
5Good daytime functioning20%11%16%17%DayHeadache in morning25%15%13%18%Day
6Clear headed10%0%11%8%DayInadequate TST16%7%16%14%Night
7Enough TST4%7%11%7%NightPoor daytime functioning16%11%11%13%Day
8Deep sleep8%4%7%7%NightSleepy16%11%9%12%Day
9Good dreams4%7%7%6%NightLight sleep16%7%9%12%Night
12Good concentration6%4%4%5%DayPoor concentration14%4%11%11%Day
21Short SOL6%7%0%4%NightAches and pains10%11%9%10%Day
10No aches and pains4%0%2%3%DayWaking too early12%0%11%9%Night
11Waking early2%0%4%3%NightGroggy10%0%11%8%Day
13Not sleepy4%7%0%3%DayLong SOL10%4%9%8%Night
18No headache in morning4%4%0%3%DayDisturbing thoughts12%7%4%8%Day
15Good memory2%0%2%2%DayLots of tossing and turning4%0%9%5%Night
17Pleasant thoughts2%0%2%2%DayBad dreams2%4%9%5%Night
14No dark circles under eyes0%0%2%1%DayPoor memory2%11%2%4%Day
16No tossing and turning0%0%2%1%NightBody too warm6%0%0%3%Night
19Body warm0%0%0%0%NightDark circles under eyes2%0%2%2%Day
20No clock watching0%0%0%0%NightClock watching0%0%4%2%Night

Note. Bold font items were endorsed by over 20% of participants and are the top 4 categories for all three groups.