Sleep Well

Why quality sleep is essential and how we can help you to sleep well

Why quality of sleep is important

An occasional poor night’s sleep may make you feel tired and irritable the next day, but won’t harm your health.  But if you regularly have sleepless nights, the mental effects become more serious.

If lack of sleep becomes a regular thing it can affect your overall health and make you prone to serious medical conditions, such as obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes.

In contrast, regular, quality sleep has many key benefits.

How we can help you sleep better

Most of us need around eight hours of good-quality sleep each night to function properly.  Some people will need more, and some people will need less.  What is important is that you know how much sleep you need and then try to achieve it.

A variety of factors can cause poor sleep, including health conditions, but mostly it is due to bad sleeping habits.

Our Health & Wellbeing Coaches can support you to establish a better sleep routine and advise on any lifestyle changes you may need to make to support you with achieving better sleep, such as:

They can provide personalised one-to-one sessions at a venue close to where you work, live, study or your local GP Practice.


For personalised support, information, motivation or guidance to look after your emotional and physical health call The Wellbeing Service on 01254 682037 or email

Phone lines are open 09:00-17:00 Monday to Friday