Sleep Disorders

Are you always tired? Do you snore or have headaches in the morning? Quality sleep is an essential part of a client’s treatment and journey to wellbeing.

What to Expect

Sleep disorders are common in addiction recovery. In fact, many clients coming to us and our women’s program – Georgia Strait Women’s Clinic – struggle with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is both a common and chronic condition that many people experience. It is estimated that approximately 80% of people with obstructive sleep apnea are undiagnosed.

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Sleep Disorders are Common and Incredibly Disruptive

The prevalence of OSA is higher among people with other health issues such as hypertension, obesity, congestive heart failure, Type 2 Diabetes, and many other conditions. Symptoms can include snoring, tiredness throughout the day, high blood pressure, morning headaches, breathing issues while sleeping (observed and reported by others), as well as a high body weight and BMI.

Our Professionals can Help Treat Sleep Disorders and Related Symptoms

If you report sleep apnea and other sleep disorders upon arrival, we will work with you to address these. There are a wide variety of options for treating snoring and/or sleep apnea. In collaboration with Careica Health, we have several methods to choose from that will help you begin sleeping better.

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Our team is ready to help at any time. Reach out whenever you’re ready.