Having problems

Solve your sleep problems with Sleepstation

The six-week insomnia cure

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Tell us about your sleep

Sleep problems can be complicated, which is why we make sure we take the time to learn about your sleep problem.

Receive your sleep report

Based on expert analysis, we provide you with a personal sleep report. The report will provide insight into your sleep problem or sleep disorder.

Talk to us

Not sleeping can be tough. Talk to your personal sleep coach whenever you need to. You will be supported by real people who care.

Complete therapy sessions

Complete video therapy sessions with Dr. Kirstie Anderson, one of the UK's foremost sleep specialists.

Get better sleep

You will learn how to improve your sleep habits, get better quality sleep, and discover how to maintain good sleep.

Improve your wellbeing

Many people start feeling better within weeks. You'll have more energy to do the things you enjoy.

Sleepstation is clinically proven to cure insomnia

Sleepstation is the drug-free solution to overcoming insomnia. We use CBTi, proven to be the best treatment for insomnia, to help you get better sleep in weeks.

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