20 Top Experts On Sleep Problems In 2017

Top Sleep Bloggers

We all want to know how to get more of it, how to make it last longer and the best bedtime routine to really make the most of it. Sleep, that is!

Luckily, there are plenty of blogs out there dedicated to reviewing the best sleep-related products on the market, as well as offering up general advice and guidance for getting a good night’s sleep.

Even luckier, I’ve found and reviewed the top 20 sleep blogs on the internet, just for you. Sit back, relax and, well, find out how to relax even more…


1. Dr Steven Park

Dr Park is a wonderful surgeon who uses his vast medical knowledge to help people overcome tiredness and weariness in their lives. In short, he offers up advice that will help you sleep better, gain more energy and really make the most of your life.


2. Julie Flygare

This is a fantastic and insightful blog all about living with narcolepsy. Julie has worked hard to dispel all the myths that circulate about narcolepsy while providing invaluable advice and support for others living with this condition.


3. Sleep Sisters

Two sisters have set up this site as a way of helping out with a wide range of sleep-related issues within your whole family. There are some great tips for any pregnant ladies out there, as well as families with new additions who are struggling to get enough rest.


4. Sleep Sense

More advice for those with little ones – this is a great blog to turn to when you need to get the kids to sleep, as well as getting some shut-eye for yourself. Don’t despair, help is here!


5. Snore Centre

This blog is full of useful information for anyone who snores or suffers from sleep apnoea, which is more of us than you might initially think. They help with everything from diagnosis to treatment and offer full support throughout the whole process.


6. The Sleep Doctor

If you’re going to take anyone’s advice when it comes to sleep, make sure you listen to this guy! Michael has plenty of experience and expertise, which he has helpfully piled into his blog articles for us all to benefit from.


7. The Sleep School

A wonderful internet education on everything sleep-related, this blog is an absolute gem for anyone who struggles to sleep through the night. This blog also offers advice on general wellbeing and mental health, which obviously affects how well we sleep.


8. The Sleep Lady

My favorite kind of lady, this one brings advice and guidance on how to get the best sleep possible for your little ones as well as yourself. What’s not to love?


9. The Better Sleep Guide

Whatever the reason behind the lack of good sleep in your life, this blog will do its best to help you! There are loads of articles on finding ways to get a full night’s sleep – well worth checking out. They also offer suggestions of the best mattresses and pillows to really get you in the mood.


10. Stolen Sleep

Have a baby and have no idea how to get enough rest? Look no further as this blog offers hilarious, honest help for new and experienced mothers alike who just. cannot. sleep.


11. The Baby Sleep Site

This is a fab website for anyone currently (and desperately!) trying to sleep-train their newborn. We all know it’s a thankless task, but this blog helps you through everything and has enough fans to make it worth giving a go! Check it out and you’ll soon be reaping the benefits of plenty of rest…


12. The Insomnia Clinic

Unsurprisingly, this blog offers help to those who suffer from insomnia. Many who don’t suffer massively underestimate the effects that insomnia can have on every aspect of your life. This blog helps you deal with the side effects while working towards a treatment that will help you in the long run, too.


13. Wee Bee Dreaming

Pam is a certified Infant & Child Sleep Consultant – in short, she knows how to help you get your kids to sleep! It can be tricky navigating all the new elements of parenthood, but Pam’s there to help through every step of sleep training.


14. Restful Insomnia

Lots of help for anyone else suffering from sleep deprivation – it can be horrendous and can really take a toll on your day-to-day life. This blog offers guidance and product suggestions to help you get back on track and well-rested.


15. My Sleep Coach

Elina is a Sleep Coach, so knows all the insider tips and tricks to getting a good night’s rest. Follow her blog and keep up to date with her latest advice on sleep and well-being.


16. Baby Sleep Consultant

This blog does what it says on the tin and aims to help you find ways to get your little ones off to sleep as quickly and easily as possible! They offer everything from phone calls from experts during your hour of need to in-house consultations to really make your home a sleep-filled haven.


17. My Little Sleeper

These two lovely ladies firmly believe that sleep training is not a ’one size fits all’ kinda deal, and instead work hard with you to find a routine and method that suits you and your children. Their approach is calm, compassionate but honest – exactly what you need to hear!


18. Sleep Easily

As the name suggests, this blog is all about finding ways to get to sleep quicker, more easily and wake up refreshed. Sound too good to be true? I know! Just check their blog posts and product reviews and see for yourself…


19. The Sleeping Blog

Full of plenty of funny, honest articles on sleeping (or not sleeping!), this blog touches base on everything you’ll experience in your day-to-day life and how it may be affecting your sleep. Shaz is a lovely writer who really makes you want to read more about what she’s been up to and what new suggestions she has.


20. Robert Lindeman

Robert works as a Sleep Consultant, so is full of helpful tips on how to make the most of each evening. If you’re suffering from sleep deprivation, he has plenty of advice for dealing with a whole range of conditions.

There you have it – the 20 best sleep-related blogs on the internet. I’ve done all the research for you, so, whatever you’re after, I hope you find it here. 

There are so many blogs out there that it was hard to narrow them down to just 20, but I think I’ve got pretty much everything covered.

Whether you’re looking for help with your little ones, you’re suffering from a specific sleep-related condition or you just want a little bit of extra shut-eye, good luck!