Sleeping well helps us to be happy and healthy. Most adults need between six and nine hours of sleep each night.
There are lots of helpful tips for a good night’s sleep on the NHS webpage, including being active during the day, avoiding caffeine after 5pm and regular bedtimes.NHS sleep Advice
If you’re having sleep problems, there are simple steps you can take to ease those restless nights. Find out how to get to sleep and how to sleep better.Every Mind Matters - Sleep problems
Our sleeping patterns naturally change as we get older, so it’s not unusual to have trouble sleeping. This means that many of us can struggle to get to sleep or stay asleep, leaving us tired the following day.Age UK - Sleep advice for older people
A healthy lifestyle really helps us to sleep better. See our website homepage for information about local services to help you be more active, manage your weight, stop smoking, drink less or feel less stressed.One You South Gloucestershire homepage
Local courses and services
The local South Gloucestershire Talking Therapies service provides free support if you are having trouble sleeping because you are stressed or feeling down. The service can be accessed either via a self-referral or your GP and offer both individual and group support (typically six sessions).Talking Therapies
South Gloucestershire Sleep Toolkits
These toolkit provides guidance and support and will develop awareness of the importance of sleep and offer information, advice and guidance to prevent sleep issues occurring.
- SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability)
- Early Years 0 – 5 years
- Childhood 5 – 13 years
- Adolescence 13 – 18 years