World Sleep Day - Your questions about how to get a better night sleep answered

Sleep is a very personal activity that we as humans carry out each and every day, enabling us to complete daily tasks in an efficient and healthy manner and forms the foundation for our emotional wellbeing and physical health.

While we would usually sleep in the comfort of our own home and far away from the workplace, the knock on effects of a bad sleep experience can severely affect how we work and interact in our workplace environment.

The importance of our health and wellbeing has been highlighted now more than ever with the impact of the pandemic. In the workplace we know that ill health and wellbeing not only affects the individual immensely but also has a negative impact on the productivity and innovations of our teams.

Sleep is vital for healthy interpersonal relationships, concentration, decision making and risk evaluation with the negative implications adversely impacting a business and its workforce.

When sleep is recognised by a business for the valuable foundation it plays in its workforces health and well being, then the importance of sleep experience can be embedded in its culture to maintain and support its most valuable resource - its people.

Behaviours can be embedded in the businesses workplace culture to strive for excellent sleep health, the benefits of which can be felt across its work force on a daily basis having a positive knock on effect throughout their organisation.

Do you have any questions about how to get a better night sleep?

We are hosting a video chat on our Hope Health YouTube channel to celebrate World Sleep Day 2021.

Hope Health’s Founder, Nicole O’Callaghan and Dr. Kat Lederle, Hope Health’s Sleep Scientist, Chronobiologist and one of the leading experts in the field of sleep therapy, will be discussing and answering questions put to them during our recent #WorldSleepDay poll.

If you have a particular question that you’d like discussed please forward the details on or before Thursday 18th March 2021 to and we will be happy to include them.

Hope Health & Corporate Wellbeing Services provide Lunch & Learn sessions on over 40 subject matters in 60 minute sessions including Sleep Therapy, delivered virtually by industry leaders such as Dr Kat Lederle.

Our mission is to embed a positive mental health culture into the workplace and keep the conversation surrounding mental health flowing.

If you would like further information on our sleep therapy or other bespoke sessions for your organisation, please chat to Emma Quainton, Business Development Director at Hope Health on 07809 681869 Or email Emma directly on

Nicole O'Callaghan

MHFA Adult & Youth Instructor BA Honours Business Keynote Speaker (PTSD, Stigma, Suicide, Resilience)
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