30 day plan Q&A

Want to start sleeping better in four weeks? Then start your FREE 30 day Better Sleep plan here.

All you need to do is answer the following questions based on your sleep, health and lifestyle.

Remember to answer the questions on your sleep, health and lifestyle on how you feel generally. Don’t base your answers on how you were yesterday or your worst night’s sleep or even your best night’s sleep. In order to help you, we need to know how you get on generally.

We understand that it’s frustrating and debilitating if you suffer from poor sleep.

Did you know that it can take just three months for a sleep issue to become a sleep disturbance and a further three months for it to become a sleep problem? It is important to nip any niggling sleep issues in the bud. Studies show that long term insomnia increases the risk of serious health illnesses such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and obesity.

Established for over 20 years, The Sleep Council has worked with sleep experts to help you discover what’s hindering your sleep and how we can help you to achieve better sleep health. What’s more, we believe that if you follow the advice for 30 days you will start to see results.

It’s important to follow these steps for the full 30 days and work through the recommendations. We would also advise you fill in our Sleep Diary during the course of the 30 days as this can help pinpoint patterns or practices that are helping or hindering your sleep.Download here. Hopefully you will notice things starting to improve as you work through the advice. Don’t lose hope if you find that, after 30 days, your sleeping habits haven’t improved. There could be many underlying reasons why you can’t sleep. Your next steps would be to

Disclaimer: If you are a shift worker, this programme may not help improve your sleep. Instead try our top tips here and consider filling in a sleep diary

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