This is the Teen Sleep Hub
The one stop shop for all you need to know about sleep. If you’re looking for advice on how to sleep better, would like tips on tweaking your routine or help to understand the science behind your sleep patterns, you’ll find it all here.
The Teen Sleep Hub has been kindly funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and Coronavirus Mental Health Response Fund (administered by the charity, Mind, in partnership with the Mental Health Consortia) who understand how important sleep is for good mental health.
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 on our website. Visit Teen Sleep Hub website.
It’s quite simple really. We want you to get the support you need to achieve a good night’s sleep.
Sometimes you may feel you have little or no control over your sleep but we’re here to make sure you get access to accurate, relevant information so you can
make informed choices about your sleep, but also the tools to help you put it into practice.
Together we will empower you to make changes to your own sleep patterns, putting you at the centre of discussions about your sleep needs.
Why better sleep?
Getting better sleep can have a positive impact on all aspects of your life.
From helping the brain retain information (great for memory and revision!) to helping us to look better (think clearer skin and shinier hair) these are just some of the health benefits to sleeping well.
If you live and breathe sport, take stock of your sleep as it can lead to better athletic performance and competitive results.
In all, getting good sleep makes everything better.
Call our National Sleep Helpline, open between 7pm and 9pm five days a week, Sunday to Thursday on: 03303 530 541
Who is this aimed at?
This is aimed at teens.
This is open from Sunday to Thursday.
This is accessible online and via the helpline.
The national sleep helpline is available from 7pm to 9pm.
How to get involved
You can get involved online if you visit the Teen Sleep Hub website or phone: 03303 530 541.
Phone: 03303 530 541
For further information
Visit Teen Sleep Hub website