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Coping Well During Covid: #8 Sleep

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Coping Well During Covid - a public webinar series from London's health and care partners.

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When times are uncertain, it's understandable to experience a rollercoaster of emotions.

Join a series of NHS-led webinars focused on helping you cope with the impact of COVID-19.

Coping Well During Covid: #8 Sleep

Insomnia is thought to affect around one third of the population. This webinar will look at why we sleep and some of the common sleep difficulties. Followed by strategies and tips to overcome these sleeping problems.

The webinar is being led by Emily Gardner, High Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Richmond Wellbeing Service.

The webinar will take place via Teams Live and details will be shared ahead of the event for those who have registered.

For further details about future Coping Well During Covid webinar sessions, subscribe to the Thrive LDN newsletter or visit the Thrive LDN website.

Online NHS-led webinars for London

The Coping Well During COVID webinars have been developed to support you if you are feeling anxious about coronavirus and how it is impacting you, your loved ones or your work. The webinar topics will include managing wellbeing, anxiety, low mood and sleeping difficulties.

Other sources of support to help you cope

There are a number of other resources and services available for Londoners to support their mental health and wellbeing at this time:

Good Thinking is a digital mental wellbeing service that has over 100 free, NHS-approved resources designed to help those dealing with anxiety, low mood, poor sleep or stress. Take the clinically validated self-assessment to get a better understanding of what you’re going through, helpful resources and if necessary, relevant treatment options.

Alternatively, your GP can advise you about helpful treatments and also help you access mental health services. You may be able to refer yourself to some services.

Or you may feel more comfortable talking to someone you don’t know by using one of the following helplines:

  • Shout is the UK 's first 24/7 text messaging service for anyone in crisis. Text Shout at any time to 85258 to start a conversation.
  • The Samaritans free, 24-hour listening service on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org.
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