Practical guidance for coping with nightmares and sleep during Covid-19 from the Traumatic Stress Clinic, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust.
An Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust created leaflet that focuses on fatigue during the pandemic. It contains information about how the Coronavirus outbreak might affect your mental health, how to look after yourself, what to do if a problem persists, and where to find further information.
It can help to keep a diary of your sleeping patterns to identify the factors that might be affecting your sleep. Loughborough Sleep Research Centre have developed a daily sleep diary to record sleep-wake pattern and quality of sleep.
Sleepio is a clinically-evidenced sleep improvement programme that is fully automated and highly personalised, using cognitive behavioural techniques to help improve poor sleep. They have made their app free until December 2020 to all NHS clinical and non-clinical staff to provide support in this time of crisis.
A self-help programme for managing insomnia and sleep problems created by Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and Loughborough University.
The Centre for Clinical Interventions have created a useful guide on sleep hygiene, with a range of helpful tips to manage sleep difficulties.
Government guidance providing advice on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and where to get further support.
Headspace have made their mindfulness app free to all NHS clinical and non-clinical staff to provide support in this time of crisis, until December 2020. The app provides a range of mindfulness meditations.
Every Mind Matters provide practical sleep guidance, including top tips to get to sleep and sleep better.