New statistics suggest more than half of all Canadians are struggling to fall, or stay asleep, reports CBC.

In his office, Fenton sees many cases of insomnia, and hears from a lot of people who have trouble getting to sleep because of anxiety. But also, he said, about 25 per cent of the population is at risk for obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA.

Fenton said that OSA is a serious condition that can rob people of their quality of life.

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