Cue the drumroll and fanfare, please! We are so thrilled to announce that Sleep Therapeutics was awarded Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Culture by Waterstone Human Capital. Recognizing the top organizations and CEOs that Canada has to offer, Canada’s Most Admired awards are a big deal, and we’re both humbled and honoured to be considered a…
Author: Klaus Banse
If you don’t adequately adjust your sleep schedule, you may find yourself exhausted when you need to be awake, but insomnia stricken when you need to be asleep! Here are some simple steps you can take to help your body adjust to the night shift.
From how they look to how they sound, we know a CPAP machine can feel intimidating. We’ve been there ourselves (did you know Sleep Therapeutics was founded by a respiratory therapist and his sister, a nurse, who both suffered from untreated sleep apnea?) So, we’re living proof that you can face the music—or the machine, as the case may be!—and come out better for it on the other side.
Falling asleep at your desk? Can’t stay awake through that blockbuster action flick? You’re not alone. It’s called hypersomnia, and it refers to excessive daytime sleepiness—or excessive daytime sleeping.
While some snoring can be alleviated by changing things like your sleeping position, not all snoring is created equal. Snoring – with or without sleep apnea – can be an indication of serious health issues.
To save you the discomfort of asking us face-to-face, we’re answering your most common, “I’m asking for a friend” questions about CPAP therapy.
If you struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep because you’re too hot (or too cold!), this is our favourite tool—and we think you’ll like it, too.
Like your CPAP machine or any other personal care items—toothbrushes, loofahs, you name it!—your CPAP mask needs to be replaced regularly.
If you’ve been a patient or reading our blog long, you know continuous positive airway pressure (also known as “CPAP”) is the standard treatment for sleep apnea because of its effectiveness. But how exactly does that little machine even work?