Sleep Well is a four week, self guided sleep program focused on enhancing student sleep through engaging in sleep hygiene behaviors.
Students are encouraged to use the evidence based “Insomnia Coach” app through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs during this program and the Therapy Assistance Online (TAO Mobile) app. Every week, students will watch brief sleep education videos, and focus on an action plan to improve their sleep habits.
All students who finish the entire sleep well program will be entered into drawings each semester for incentives!
Free Sleep Eye Masks are available for all students who enroll in the sleep well program. Stop by Student Wellness office (A37 Friley Hall) to get your free sleep mask.
Additional Resources for Sleep
- Thielen Student Health Center (TSHC) is a full-service health clinic staffed with physicians, advanced registered nurse practitioners, and trained healthcare professionals available to see you for your primary health care needs.
- Student Counseling Services has various counseling services available to students who may be struggling with mental health concerns that may be impacting their sleep. Individual counseling, group counseling, and other programs/services are available to students.
TAO (Therapy Assistance Online) is free for all students. It is an online library of engaging, interactive programs that help you learn life skills and bounce back from disappointments and stumbling blocks. It also has a mindfulness library that can be an important sleep hygiene practice. As you watch their videos and engage with the interactive components, you’ll gain the necessary knowledge and self-awareness to achieve your specific goals. TAO offers:
- Educational modules
- Practice tools and logs
- A mindfulness library
THE Sleep Well Program DOES NOT CONSTITUTE MEDICAL ADVICE OR TREATMENT: The Sleep Well Program is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute medical advice, mental health care advice, or any other professional services. The information provided should not be used in substitution for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. Those seeking personal medical advice should consult with a licensed physician. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you read or hear within the Sleep Well program. If you think you may benefit from professional medical services, Student Health and Wellness staff may assist you in connecting with appropriate medical professionals. If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room immediately. No physician-patient, doctor-patient, or healthcare professional-patient relationship is created through the Sleep Well program.