When you set yourself any kind of challenge it’s worth reading around and see what is out there to help you succeed. Here are 10 corners of the internet that are well worth your time in visiting if getting a good night’s sleep is the thing you’re focused on right now. These aren’t in any particular order so just click on any that take your fancy…
If poor sleep and/or insomnia is an issue for you then Sleep Station may be able to help. It’s an NHS approved programme. You take an online free assessment questionnaire and if you’re a potentially candidate, the treatment is a 6-8 week online therapy course. Worth taking the questionnaire even if the therapy isn’t for you.
Wondering what time is best for YOU to go to bed. Ask, and the sleep calculator will answer!
Seriously, is there anyone who doesn’t love a TED talk? Of course there isn’t! Why not check out these sleep-related talks and remember that it’s quite possible to lose days of your life watching TED talks if you’re not careful – you have been warned!
A post on the best insomnia apps of the year, although admittedly, the clue is in the title. I actually use Sleepo to help me sleep and Noisli on my laptop for getting things done. Brain.fm and Rainymood.com are other decent options.
I could write a long list of tips for getting a good night’s sleep but why would I when this post does a great job of laying it all out, from your bedroom to your daily habits.
From 43 tips to sleep better to 23 plants to help you sleep like a baby. Although why anyone thought the name ‘The Snake Plant’ could help induce good sleep is beyond me.
And just to prove they didn’t throw it in for a laugh, it appears in other lists all about helping you sleep well, like this one.
Happily we don’t need to rely on snake plants – why not treat your nose to a lovely bedtime scent? This article details over 20 essential oils to help aid restful sleep as well as offering helping information around how to use them safely.
Colour is such an important cornerstone of our daily lives and our night-time life too. Make sure your bedroom colours are working with you to promote restful sleep.
For those of you who are visual learners, check out these 18 infographics all about sleep. Colourful, educational and fun!
Hopefully you’ve found one or two resources in this list to help you get a good night’s sleep but there are tonnes more. Let me know which are the biggies I’ve missed and which sleep resource you’d recommend.