Various Sleep Therapy and Sleep Treatments for Disorders

There are a wide range of sleep disorders and each sleep therapy and treatment is tailored to your needs.

Sleep Hygiene

Taking steps to improve your sleeping environment and practices can promote healthier sleep. Examples include keeping a regular sleep schedule, having a bedtime routine, replacing a mattress or pillow, installing black-out blinds, or wearing earplugs.

Lifestyle Changes

Many sleep disorders have been linked to poor diet, too much caffeine, lack of physical activity, smoking and drug/alcohol use. One of the simplest sleep treatments, lifestyle changes can help improve sleep quality in a number of patients.

Non-medication Sleep Therapy

Patients with sleep disorders benefit from various sleep therapies, such as: cognitive behavioural therapy (CBTi), hypnotherapy or light therapy.

CPAP Machine

A CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine is the most commonly prescribed solution for treating sleep apnea disorders. It provides a steady flow of air as you sleep, keeping airways open.

Oral Appliances

Oral appliances are designed to prevent grinding of the teeth during sleep (a sleep-related movement disorder). An oral appliance is molded for a custom fit. It is made by a sleep-trained dentist.


Depending on the nature and severity of the disorder, pharmaceutical medication may be prescribed under a doctor’s supervision.

How MRG’s Sleep Therapy Experts Can Help

Based on our diagnosis and interpretation, MRG’s board-certified Sleep Specialists can collaborate with family physicians to devise a sleep treatment recommendation.


Leveraging our knowledge of sleep solution providers in the market, MRG can provide patients and family physicians with a list of referrals for sleep therapy, treatment, and equipment.


MRG shares a building with several licenced sleep treatment providers who we have worked with extensively.

Are you losing sleep over losing sleep? Download our referral form.

Bring it to your family doctor to fill-in prior to booking an appointment at Maple Respiratory Group’s Calgary sleep lab.