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Understand how to improve your sleep with a home blood test, free insights, and GP advice.
Understanding what’s going on inside your body can give you insights into your sleep quality. For example, poor sleep is sometimes linked to a nutrient deficiency or an issue with your liver function.
Combined with GP-reviewed results and evidence-based ways to improve your sleep, take your health into your own hands with a finger-prick blood test.
Vitamin D supports your bone, muscle, and immune health. Low vitamin D levels are linked to worse sleep quality and a higher risk of sleep disorders, like insomnia and restless legs syndrome.
Testosterone is a hormone that's essential for both men and women's health. Low testosterone levels might affect your sleep quality and sleep duration.
Folate (vitamin B9)
Low folate levels are linked to worse sleep quality. So improving your folate levels might help you sleep better.
Omega-3 fats are essential for your brain to function properly and low levels are linked to sleep problems.
If you're overweight or having trouble sleeping, it can increase your risk of type 2 diabetes. A HbA1c test can help measure your risk.
Answer a few questions to see what blood tests we recommend to help you improve your sleep.
Understand what's happening inside your body with free insights, a home blood test, and GP advice.
Based on your results and lifestyle information, access ways to improve your sleep quality, along with recipes, supplements, and more.
Understand your body, learn what works for you, and stay on top of your health.
Emma checks her nutrients and vitamin levels to help her sleep better and have more energy during the day.Vitamin D for sleep qualityIron for energy levelsFolate for brain healthVitamin B12 for mental wellbeing
Your sample will be analysed by a CQC-registered and UKAS accredited lab. This finger-prick test and kit are CE-marked.
Whether you want to improve sleep quality or boost your energy levels, take the first step with a home blood test.
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Our blood testing kits are CE-marked, and we work with UKAS accredited labs who are registered with the CQC.