Mental Health Resilience – Sleep for Better Mental Health

Course Duration: 30+ minutes

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Mental Health Resilience – Sleep for Better Mental Health

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This e-Learning course provides a greater awareness of how sleep contributes to overall health and wellbeing. It looks at some easy-to-implement tips to help you sleep better.

Sleep is a crucial habit that underpins success in professional and personal lives. It is critical to our mental and physical well-being. By supporting a work environment more conducive to increased wellbeing employers will go far in creating a more productive, healthier and safer work environment.

Course Content

Sleep for Better Mental Health

This online course covers the following sections:

  • The importance of sleep
  • How much sleep do you need?
  • Why you might not get enough sleep
  • Sleep and fatigue tips
  • Putting it into action

Learning Outcomes

By taking this course, participants will have a greater awareness of:

  • The importance of good sleep for better mental health
  • The negative effects of sleep deprivation
  • How sleep works and how to get more of it
  • Common factors that causes sleep loss
  • Simple tips to get better sleep

Why Sleep for Mental Health Course is Vital

Inadequate sleep is associated with a wide variety of problems such as road accidents, anxiety and psychiatric illnesses, drug abuse, increased mortality, increased healthcare costs and direct economic costs. A decline in overall wellbeing, performance and productivity are also linked to insufficient sleep.

According to the study conducted by the mental health foundation, nearly half of adults and around 65% of teenagers agreed that a lack of sleep was adversely impacting their mental health.

The negative impact of fatigue, poor sleep and sleep deprivation are well documented. It’s been shown to damage our memory and cripple our thinking, problem-solving and reasoning abilities. Sleep deprivation also affects our motor skills.

Whilst there is no specific legislation regarding sleep, employers are required to maintain their employees’ health and safety under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974. Supporting a well-rested workforce is critical to achieving this goal.

Benefits of Sleep for Mental Health Online Training Course

Choosing Human Focus for health and safety e-learning course provides the following benefits to the users:

  • CPD certified content and certification
  • Supports compliance with relative legislation
  • Supports a workplace culture of positive mental health
  • Lowers the risk for serious health problems
  • Helps to improve workplace health, safety and wellbeing
  • Concise yet informative presentation style

Course Details

Study length30+ minutes
Approval bodyCPD certified
Target AudienceAll staff members - intermediate
FormatOne interactive module with an end of course test
AssessmentOnline multiple-choice test
CertificationOnline certificate issued immediately on course completion
Certification Validity Duration 3 years

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