We’re here for you

During this difficult time, it’s perfectly natural to feel anxious and for sleep to be disturbed. We don’t want you to have to worry about sleep on top of everything else.

In partnership with the NHS, we’ve put together a free sleep guide that outlines practical advice to help you sleep well.

Download your free sleep guide

What to do if you need more help

If you’re very worried about your sleep, especially if you were sleeping badly before this crisis, we can provide further help.

With Sleepstation, you can get the benefits of face-to-face treatment from the comfort of your own home, or anywhere else you’d like. Even if we’re not in the room with you, we’re with you.

Our online sleep service is supported by a dedicated sleep team who can discuss sleep problems and provide advice in a safe and confidential way. If you need our help, simply register for free access using the link below.

Who are we and how can we help?

Sleepstation is an NHS accredited sleep improvement programme. Our online service is just as effective as clinic-based services, sometimes even more effective.

We’ve supported many thousands of people this way.

We normally help people with long-term (chronic) sleep problems. Sleep problems can become chronic when they aren’t addressed quickly enough. We hope to be able to reduce the number of people coming out of this crisis with chronic sleep problems by acting quickly and providing them with the support that they need to sleep better.

Better sleep, better you

The Sleepstation programme builds on basic sleep improvement principles with personalised modules tailored to the individual, their problems and their lifestyle.

We take the time to understand each person’s sleep problem in detail and it is this personalised support that makes Sleepstation so effective.

Sleepstation is suitable for:

  • over 18s
  • those who do not have, and have never had, seizures or epilepsy, psychosis or a psychotic episode, bipolar disorder, mania, schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia or a personality disorder
  • those who do not have severe untreated anxiety, untreated PTSD or a circadian rhythm disorder.

Make sleep a priority

When we don’t get enough good quality sleep it can affect all aspects of our lives. Poor sleep has been shown to have negative effects on mood, memory, attention, decision-making, immunity and motivation.

Sleep is often the first thing we sacrifice when life gets busy. However, when we prioritise sleep we become better equipped to deal with life’s challenges.

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Sarah

Civil Servant

Having the sleep coaches’ support and encouragement for different techniques to apply really helped. The support has been great and my sleep has improved greatly.

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Download your free guide

Get practical advice to help you sleep better.