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1 in 3 people have sleep disorders

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Sleep problems are so common, most people don’t even realize they have one. They just accept feeling tired all day. But you don’t have to. Most sleep disorders are completely solvable. 

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50%

of Canadian adults report difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep*

20%

of Canadian adults don’t find sleep refreshing*

33%

of Canadian adults have difficulty staying awake during waking hours*

*Canadian Health Measures Survey 2019

Signs you might have a sleep disorder

We often hear these complaints from our clients. They don’t all necessarily indicate a sleep disorder, but if you experience any of the following, pay close attention. Better yet, book a consult. 

Difficulty concentrating

Diminished intimacy

Waking up gasping for air

Falling asleep on the subway

Morning headaches or heartburn

Snoring that wakes you (or your family) up

Tired or low energy through the day

Can’t get through a movie without falling asleep

Needing three coffees to get going

Regularly hitting the snooze button more than twice

Difficulty driving long distance

Heartburn

Can’t fall asleep

Can’t stay asleep

Waking up throughout the night to use the bathroom

Common Sleep Problems

Sleep problems can look different in each person, but many of them fall into the following categories. If none sound applicable, but you’re still struggling with sleep and fatigue, we recommend booking a consult. 

We snore when air passes through a partially narrowed or blocked airway. Occasional snoring is normal, but if it’s consistent, it’s likely that there’s something bigger at play.

woman with insomnia trying to sleep in bedDifficulty falling asleep or staying asleep happens, but if it’s frequent, you might have insomnia. Insomnia is common, but shouldn’t be dismissed; it reduces energy levels and ability to focus. 

When your partner’s sleep (or lack thereof) is affecting your sleep, it never hurts to seek out extra help. Not only will you both feel better, your homelife will likely improve.

Man laying in white bed sheets with hand over his faceWhen it feels like your legs can’t (or won’t) rest when you’re trying to fall asleep, you might have Restless Leg Syndrome. Like other sleep disorders, it interferes with the quality of life.

What we stand for

We’re here to help you sleep, yes. But our goal is to help you feel better. It’s why our plans are tailored to your lifestyle. Why our experts care about your overall health. And why we track with you over time. Expect this, and more, when you begin to awaken your best life with Sleep Therapeutics.

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Expertise

We earn your trust with our knowledge, education and our commitment to continuous learning.

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Personalized approach

The solutions we recommend are always based on your individual goals, lifestyle and body.

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Exceptional service

From day one, we put your health and wellness at the centre of everything we do.

Where We Can Help

A whole-health approach to sleep means looking beyond bedtime. Often, our food choices, lifestyle and stress factors will affect sleep quality. So we assess all of it.

Sleep

We’re happy to treat your physiological issues, but we can also help customize an overall sleep routine that sets you up for success.

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two women eating healthy meal

Eat

Our registered dietitian can help you identify if certain foods (or eating habits) are contributing to sleeplessness and other health concerns. 

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Restoring your sleep and reclaiming your day starts with Sleep Therapeutics.