Sleep clinic - what, why, who, where

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Working on a one-to-one basis with a staff member of the Health Improvement Service, our free sleep course lasts four weeks and aims to improve your sleep patterns, behaviours and routines, alongside educating you on good sleep techniques.

Each session lasts 30 minutes.

Everyone is different, and therefore this results in your advice and plan being individualized to suit your needs and requirements.


Sleep is essential for our health and wellbeing, yet millions of us struggle to get enough of it and suffer as a result. 36% of UK adults struggle to get to sleep at least on a weekly basis.

Sleep is not an 'option', it is something our bodies need to do. Sleep helps your brain work properly. While you sleep, your brain is hard at work forming the pathways necessary for learning and creating memories. When we get sufficient sleep we are able to maintain normal levels of cognitive skills. This includes things such as speech and memory as well as our ability to think. Sleep functions also help to repair cell damage and restore energy lost during awakening. Major restorative functions, including tissue repair, muscle growth and growth hormone release, also occur while we sleep. In addition, sleep plays an important role in our physical health and is involved in healing and repair of your heart and blood vessels.

  • If you don’t wake up feeling refreshed,
  • If you’re not sleeping soundly,
  • Or if you are just tired of being tired...

Then the Health Improvement Service are here to help. Scroll down to book your first one-to-one session.


Our sleep course is available to anyone over the age of 18. 

Disrupted sleep affects everyone at some point in their lives, no matter what age or stage you are at in your life.

If this is you, don’t hesitate to contact the Health Improvement Service for help.


Due to current circumstances regarding the pandemic, the Sleep Well clinic is carried out as a one-to-one session either on the telephone or virtually via Microsoft Teams.

Only under exceptional circumstances are we able to do home visits.

How to book

To book, speak to the team, or to find out more information you can:

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