I was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson’s at the age of 37, and I have been living with the symptoms of young onset Parkinson’s for 14 years. I am moderately satisfied with the amount of sleep I am getting. I am averaging 6 hours sleep per night but lacking in deep restorative sleep. I am not sleeping during the day. My sleep patterns have changed since having young onset Parkinson’s. Falling asleep is no issue but staying asleep is. I take Mirtazapine 45mg to assist me, otherwise I wake at 2am and can’t get back to sleep. Night-time urination is impacting on my ability to sleep. The strategies that have been useful or could be useful in improving my sleep patterns include talking to a health professional, increasing exercise during the day, tracking my sleep patterns, limiting the amount of fluid I drink before bed to avoid night time urination, avoiding screen time before bed, going to bed and waking up at the same time every day, avoiding stimulants such as alcohol, caffeine and nicotine before bed, using satin sheets and pyjamas to assist with movement in bed, going to the toilet directly before bed, and adjustments to my medication as determined by my health professional.