Schoolchildren across Britain may be offered sleep lessons to help tackle the problem of insomnia among young people.

The lessons became available to teachers at the end of last year and were devised by the PSHE Association and the department for sleep medicine at Evelina London children’s hospital.

The lessons focus on giving children strategies for getting to sleep and raising awareness about how sleep needs change in adolescence.

A recent paper in the British Medical Journal suggested that sleep has a greater impact on an adolescent’s mental wellbeing than bullying, physical activity and screen time.

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