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Popular resources for managing your sleep

Browse the popular resources below for a tool to help improve the quality of your sleep. From soundscapes and meditations, to CBT or blue light filters; find out what works best for you.

#1

Sleepio

Sleepio

Benefits:

  • Free for Londoners
  • Proven effectiveness helping people improve their sleep
  • Personalized to your sleep challenges


#2

Calm

Calm

A mindfulness and meditation app offering guided meditations, breathing programmes and 'Sleep Stories' to help de-stress and clear the mind. 

Benefits:

  • Free trial available
  • Good for beginners who don't know where to start 
  • Daily reminders to keep you on track

#3

Twilight

Twilight

An app that filters out your phone's harsh blue light to reduce eye strain and help you sleep better. 

Benefits:

  • Free
  • The screen dim is very strong
  • Operates automatically, depending on your location
  • You can adjust the intensity of the dim and blue light filter

#4

YouTube - Sleep Meditation with Jason Stephenson

YouTube – Sleep Meditation with Jason Stephenson

YouTube can be a great resource for music and meditations to help you get to sleep - this particular channel is popular for its guided meditations. 

Benefits:

  • Free
  • Good for beginners
  • Videos range from 10 to 120 minutes
  • You can focus your thoughts on something while you fall asleep

#5

Sleep as Android

Sleep as Android

A smart alarm that monitors your sleep patterns to improve your quality of sleep and wake you up feeling refreshed. 

Benefits:

  • Free
  • You get detailed feedback on your sleep patterns

#6

Headspace

Headspace

A mindfulness and meditation app with hundreds of guided meditations for everything from stress to sleep. 

Benefits:

  • Free trial
  • Easily accessible to complete beginners
  • Available as a browser or as an app

#1

Sleepio

Sleepio

Benefits:

  • Free for Londoners
  • Proven effectiveness helping people improve their sleep
  • Personalized to your sleep challenges


#2

Calm

Calm

A mindfulness and meditation app offering guided meditations, breathing programmes and 'Sleep Stories' to help de-stress and clear the mind. 

Benefits:

  • Free trial available
  • Good for beginners who don't know where to start 
  • Daily reminders to keep you on track

#3

Twilight

Twilight

An app that filters out your phone's harsh blue light to reduce eye strain and help you sleep better. 

Benefits:

  • Free
  • The screen dim is very strong
  • Operates automatically, depending on your location
  • You can adjust the intensity of the dim and blue light filter

#4

YouTube - Sleep Meditation with Jason Stephenson

YouTube – Sleep Meditation with Jason Stephenson

YouTube can be a great resource for music and meditations to help you get to sleep - this particular channel is popular for its guided meditations. 

Benefits:

  • Free
  • Good for beginners
  • Videos range from 10 to 120 minutes
  • You can focus your thoughts on something while you fall asleep

#5

Sleep as Android

Sleep as Android

A smart alarm that monitors your sleep patterns to improve your quality of sleep and wake you up feeling refreshed. 

Benefits:

  • Free
  • You get detailed feedback on your sleep patterns

#6

Headspace

Headspace

A mindfulness and meditation app with hundreds of guided meditations for everything from stress to sleep. 

Benefits:

  • Free trial
  • Easily accessible to complete beginners
  • Available as a browser or as an app