Register now to secure your free place on the Sleepstation programme.
Support for sleep problems
Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder, affecting around one in three people at some point in their lives but most people don’t know where to get help.
People often resort to sleeping pills to gain control over their sleep. However, sleeping pills don't provide natural sleep, are ineffective and potentially harmful.
We've partnered with Sleepstation to provide free support and guidance for civil servants (past or present) who think they have a sleep problem.
Sleepstation helps people without medication. Their online programme is clinically proven to combat even the most severe insomnia and the personalised support is what makes Sleepstation so effective.
How does Sleepstation work?
Without sleep, we struggle to function – physically and emotionally. Losing only one hour sleep a night is associated with 60-80% increased likelihood of experiencing depression, hopelessness, nervousness, and feeling restless or fidgety.
Sleepstation helps people understand how to control sleep so they sleep well again.
How do I know if I have a sleep problem?
People need different amounts of sleep so a plan to improve sleep needs to be tailored to the individual. If you struggle to wake for your alarm, or feel sluggish a few hours after waking, then there's a good chance you're not getting enough quality sleep.
How can Sleepstation help?
Sleepstation's team of sleep coaches support and guide you to better sleep. The course lasts six to eight weeks and is tailored to your needs and circumstances.
The programme builds on basic sleep improvement principles with personalised modules to help you sleep soundly night after night.
Sleepstation helps people fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer and get better quality sleep.
How do I sign up?
If you are (or have ever been) a civil servant, The Charity for Civil Servants will fund your place on the Sleepstation programme.
Register now to secure your place funded by The Charity for Civil Servants on the Sleepstation programme. NB: You'll be taken to the Sleepstation website and are subject to their terms and conditions.
The Sleepstation website is blocked in some workplaces. If you're experiencing difficulties try a phone or personal computer.