Worried about sleeping well in the exam season? The Strathclyde Sleep Research Unit is here to help!
We are offering you the opportunity to participate in a study that captures the sleep status of both Strathclyde staff and students. Exam time has always been stressful, but lack of sleep can significantly affect your performance. Therefore, the Research Unit promotes the mental and physical benefits of good sleep and provides guidance on how to improve poor sleep.
The study is fully online and only takes five minutes to complete. If the results of this study show that you experience disturbed sleep, you will be eligible to participate in a digitalised sleep intervention called Sleepio. Remember that you can take part in the first sleep assessment, even if you feel your sleep is in good shape.
What is Sleepio?
Sleepio is a fully automated digital sleep improvement programme designed to help those with sleep problems fall asleep, stay asleep and feel better during the day. It is based upon the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) which aims to improve sleep by addressing thoughts, feelings and behaviours that contribute to poor sleep. The programme is supported by strong clinical evidence.
Click here to take part in the survey.