A Tranquil Sleep for a Healthier You
Tranq Sleep Care is a dedicated group of specialized and experienced team of sleep professionals providing the best quality of care for the evaluation and treatment of people with sleep disorders such as sleep apnea and insomnia.
The Tranq Sleep Care Network of clinics provide Tele-Health consultations and overnight sleep study services across British Columbia including Okanagan Region, NorthWest Region, NorthEast Region, West Kootenay Region, East Kootenay Region, and the Cariboo Region.
Sleep disorders are common in the general population; however, they are poorly identified. Sleep disorders can negatively affect quality of life. Here are some examples of commonly affected areas:
- Cardiovascular health
- Mental health
- Energy and alertness
- Increased risk of Depression
- Heart attacks, stroke, and high blood pressures
- Motor vehicle or work-related accidents
The high rate of sleep disorders in the population proves that this is a major public health problem needing special attention. The most common types of sleep disorders are sleep apnea and insomnia.
Insomnia means being unable to fall asleep AND maintaining sleep throughout the night. This results on waking up not feeling rested. There are multiple causes of insomnia and they can range from excessive thinking or worrying, limbs being restless, and episodes of “pause in breathing” spells which can cause sleep apnea. Treatment for insomnia can be as simple as learning relaxation techniques or as complex as needing medication or even a breathing device called CPAP.Dr. Wayne W. Lai
Chief Medical Director
Tranq Sleep Care
Watch the video below to see what is NOT normal when it comes to sleeping:
As you can see, poor sleep affects many aspects of daily life. For instance, it can affect your work, social and family life. Poor sleep can affect your health and increase the risk of accidents due to excessive daytime sleepiness.
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