sleep clinic


Sleep Clinic

Sleep Clinic 

Sleep is essential for healthy living. However, how much sleep a person needs depends on a person’s age and lifestyle. Moreover, most people require 6 and 8 hours of sleep each night. If you are not getting enough sleep or having a poor night’s sleep, it could be time to see a sleep specialist.  

When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, there should be two elements assessed. Sleep quantity, referring to how much sleep a person is getting and sleep quality, which refers to how fulfilling your sleep is and whether or not you are still tired even after getting an adequate amount of sleep.  

Getting a good night’s sleep is important for an individual’s physical and mental health. Poor sleep quality can have a detrimental impact on their quality of life. There is a close relationship between sleep and mental health

Sleep disorders harm someone’s ability to get a good night’s sleep. Many sleep disorders can impact a person, insomnia being the most common. Others include apnea, narcolepsy, sleepwalking and hypersomnia. Sleep disorders can be grouped based on several factors, including behaviours, breathing problems, difficulty getting asleep and more. If someone is suffering from a sleep disorder, they may have a number of symptoms including dry throat, excessive fatigue, snoring, being more irritable than normal, insomnia or the inability to wake. Speak to a sleep specialist about these symptoms today.  

If you are suffering from a sleep disorder or have had trouble sleeping, speak to one of our GPs about our virtual sleep specialist services. Leaving a sleep disorder untreated, can harm your physical health. Sleep and mental health are also closely linked.   


We also offer a Virtual Wellness Screen for a more holistic view of your health including sleep diagnostics using the state of the art Oura Ring.

How can London Doctors Clinic help?  

We have partnered with a sleep clinic to provide our patients with quick access to diagnostic and treatment services for people with sleep disorders. These virtual services are carried out remotely by a sleep specialist, consultant Neuropsychiatrist. 

How do I get a referral?  

Referrals can be arranged by one of our GPs to a sleep doctor at any of our clinics nationwide. Book a GP appointment here.  

What happens after my referral is received?  

After a brief sleep analysis from one of our GPs and receiving your referral, a sleep specialist from the iSleep team will be in touch with information on how to register on their portal and give you access to the online sleep assessment.  

What treatments do we offer at the sleep clinic? 

Insomnia and Clinical Sleep Assessment | £325  

This is a comprehensive and detailed clinical assessment of your sleep health and sleep analysis and includes:  

  •  A 40 minute online sleep analysis. This is an online assessment that you can save as you go and return to at any stage 
  • A 20 minute, one to one video consultation with a consultant neuropsychiatrist to discuss your results. You and the sleep doctor work together with the sleep expert to develop a plan to better sleep health and establish a sleep disorder diagnosis 

Sleep Apnea Diagnostic Assessment | £395 

  • A 40 minute online sleep analysis. This is an online assessment that you can save as you go and return to at any stage 
  • A 20 minute, one-to-one consultation with a licensed sleep Physician and sleep doctor to discuss your results and plan your treatment 
  • Latest FDA approved, single use, disposable, home sleep apnea test sent directly to your home 

Once you have completed one of the initial diagnostic above, you will then have access to a selection of follow up treatments and therapy services via our sleep specialist partner.  

If you are looking for expert GP sleep help, simply book a GP appointment at any of our GP clinics nationwide. 



Frequently Asked Questions

What is insomnia?

Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that makes it difficult to fall asleep and hard to stay asleep. It impacts a person’s energy levels, work performance and quality of life.  

Adults can experience short-term or acute insomnia which normally lasts for days or weeks and is usually a result of a traumatic or stressful event. However, some people can also experience long-term or chronic insomnia, which lasts a month or more.  

Those who suffer from insomnia are usually tired during the day, have fatigue, problems with concentration or memory, and have an irritable mood. 

What is sleep apnea?

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder where a person’s breathing stops and starts. Symptoms of sleep apnea include making gasping, snorting or choking noises while you sleep, waking up a lot and loud snoring. If someone suffers from sleep apnea, they often feel tired during the day, find it hard to concentrate, have mood swings and often suffer from headaches in the morning.