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How depression affects our sleep

Depression not only affects our ability to sleep, it also changes the way we sleep which impact our mental and physical health.If you're feeling low or depressed and have been sleeping badly for more than four weeks then now is the time to tackle the problem. Read full article...

Seven ways to de-stress for better sleep

We're more likely to sleep badly when we're stressed. For Mental Health Awareness week, we’re sharing tips which can help you de-stress for a better night’s sleep and contributing 50% towards the cost of Sleepstation for anyone who needs our help to overcome their sleep problem. Read full article...

How stress can stop you sleeping

Ever found yourself awake in the middle of the night unable to stop thinking? Found yourself lying there wide awake counting down how long you've got left to get some sleep? Found yourself overreacting to trival things? If so, our tips for improving sleep to cope with life's stresses should help. Read full article...

Five ways the modern workplace stops us sleeping

Ever got to the office and headed straight to the coffee machine? Often find yourself worrying about work in bed? Reguarly check work emails late into the evening? For Mental Health Awareness Week we explore how the modern workplace contributes to sleep problems and explain what can be done about it. Read full article......

The sleep-friendly workplace challenge

Find Monday mornings tough? Ever thought your team could benefit from more sleep? Try our seven-day sleep-friendly workplace challenge for a more energized, more productive and happier workforce. Read full article...

100 years of sleep diaries

Does Sunday leave you tired? Do you find yourselfwaking in the night? You're not alone. Sleepstation has been helping people get better sleep since 2012 and we have decided to take some time to talk about what we have learned from reviewing 100 years of sleep diaries. Read full article...

Should you tell your boss you have insomnia?

Do you try to hide the bags under your eyes every morning? Insomnia can be a debilitating condition, but many are ashamed to talk about it. Would you like to be more open about your insomnia at work, but feel uncomfortable doing so? We help you decide if it's time to tell your boss. Read full article...

Seven tips to get a good night’s sleep with your partner

If you're gripped with fear about sleeping in a bed with your partner, here are seven top tips to help you get the rest you need. Research has come a long way in recent years, with these helpful hints you can take the first step to get a better night’s sleep with your loved one. Read full article...

Want to start a new hobby? Overcoming your insomnia can help

Want to start a new hobby, but just don’t have the energy? Learning a new language, taking up yoga, reading more, getting out in the great outdoors? Whatever it is, new challenges require energy and motivation. We’re here to show you that good sleep makes it all possible. Read full article...

How beating insomnia can help you get your finances in order

Getting on top of your finances when you feel exhausted all the time can be tough. Sleep deprivation can make your brain fuzzy, and even simple tasks like paying the bills may seem hard to achieve. We explain how you can start looking after your pennies by dealing with your insomnia. Read full article...

How overcoming insomnia gives you more time for friends and family

Between busy work schedules, house duties and general life admin, it can be hard to set aside time to just relax. Whether alone or with loved ones, making time for downtime can be a challenge. Find out how better sleep could lead to better relationships. Read full article...

How overcoming insomnia can help you to lose weight

Did you know a good night's sleep can help you lose weight? There is a clear link between sleep and weight. In fact, too little of the former can cause too much of the latter. Find out how treating your insomnia could help you lose weight in the year ahead. Read full article...

How Mindful Drinking Could Help You Sleep

For many people drinking alcohol is a regular part of life, but the truth is that evening glass of wine could be playing havoc with your sleep. Find out why that nightcap might not be such a good idea. It can leave you feeling exhausted when you wake up, as alcohol-induced sleep isless restorative. Read full article...

How to access insomnia treatment on the NHS

It’s not always possible to resolve sleep by yourself and you may find that you need help from a doctor. If you've been sleeping badly for more than four weeks we'd recommend you seek advise. Here is a guide on how to get the right insomnia treatment on the NHS for your sleep problems. Read full article...

Exercise more for better sleep

We all get tired after exercise, but why does it help you sleep at night? Regular exercisers sleep better and less sleepy during the day. Regular exercise also increases the amount of time you spend in the deep sleep. To get good sleep, it's about how hard rather than how much you exercise. Read full article...

How Can Pregnancy Cause Insomnia?

Pregnancy is an exciting time for most women, but hormonal changes can lead to sleep disturbance.

How Can I Treat My Insomnia?

Sleeping pills? Lavender on the pillow?Insomnia can be a hard condition to treat, but it is curable.

What Causes Insomnia?

If your sleep is affecting your day to day life, then you may have a sleep disorder, such as insomnia.

What Is Insomnia Disorder?

Insomnia is the world's most common sleep disorder, but why do some people suffer more than others?

Why Do We Sleep?
Everyone sleeps, but why? Unlocking the mysteries of our bedtime habits.
Caffeine could be causing your sleep problems
We all know that caffeine gives us energy, but why does it keep us awake long after that last sip?