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Talk to your doctor about your trouble sleeping

Persistent poor sleep is not a normal part of aging

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Treating sleep issues 

From healthy habits to medication 

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Speak to your doctor

Make sure your sleep issues are understood

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Symptoms of poor sleep

Your daily life can be seriously disrupted by sleep difficulties

If you have trouble sleeping, you are not alone

According to The Public Health Agency of Canada, 1 out of 3 Canadian adults aged 35-64 don't get enough sleep.*

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Current Sleep Recommendations for Canadians are:

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Ages 18-64

7-9 hours of sleep/night

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Ages 65+

7-8 hours of sleep/night

The Public Health Agency of Canada

You suffer from persistent sleeplessness if you can't fall asleep, stay asleep, or get enough restful slumber. Over time, sleep troubles can lead to health problems like diabetes, hypertension, and weight gain, 

Many people dismiss sleep issues, thinking it isn't that serious. You don't need to suffer from sleeplessness - the risks are real and help is available.

*Public Health Agency of Canada. Sleep Infographic.

Talk to your doctor about trouble sleeping

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