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Campaign Awakens Teens To The Value Of Sleep

Our online Teen Sleep Hub sits at the heart of our campaign ‘Teen Sleep Matters’ to promote the importance of sleep for young people’s mental health.

The hub – aimed at teenagers, not parents – addresses the link between poor sleep and mental health as well as the triggers for sleep deprivation and the practical strategies that can be put into place.

The online provision means young people can now access sleep support no matter where they are. It features sound knowledge and helpful advice to get a good quality night’s sleep and for those who want to know a little bit more, the eBook ‘You and Your Sleep’ can be freely downloaded from any device.

We were supported on this project by our amazing Youth Advisory Panel, made up of young people aged between 13 and 19, across the country. They were an invaluable asset in guiding us with the kind of online tools they would find useful, where they currently look for advice and what the barriers are for getting a good night’s sleep.

Teens don’t always prioritise sleep. Instead they will often sacrifice their sleep to cram in revision, tackle schoolwork, watch YouTube or spend time chatting with friends on social media. The aim of this Teen Sleep Matters campaign is to ensure young people value the importance of sleep for their physical and mental wellbeing, empower them with knowledge around sleep and feel confident to take the first steps towards making a positive change.

Download our eBook

Our eBook is packed with bite size relevant pieces of advice and information – backed by science and research – to empower and help you feel more confident in making the right changes to your sleep.

To access the eBook, all you need to do is register with your name and email address below.

It really is that simple!

Problem Sleeping?

Call our National Sleep Helpline, open between 7pm and 9pm five days a week, Sunday to Thursday.

03303 530 541