How do you sleep? What you need to know about sleep apnea.Tuesday, August 18, 2020
About the Event
1 in 4 patients have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), and it goes undiagnosed. Sleep is when our body heals and repairs. Our health is directly related to how well we sleep.
Participants in this educational seminar will discover:
- Snoring is not benign. It might mean you have OSA or a sleep related breathing disorder (SRBD).
- Heart disease and Type II Diabetes have a correlation to possible OSA. Nighttime frequent Urination could be related to undiagnosed OSA.
- Did you know there is an Alternative to wearing a CPAP?
Using demonstrations, questionnaires, and show-and-tell techniques, Dr. Mason explore the causes and solutions of sleep disorders.
While sleep apnea affects all ages, this event will be most valuable to men ages 30 to 90 and to women over age 50 as well as women who have kids and grandkids.
Tuesday, August 18
12:00 to 1:00 pm
This event will take place online, via Zoom Video Meeting
A Zoom meeting is an online meeting that allows you to virtually meet with other people without leaving your home or office.
Zoom meetings require a computer with Internet access. It is beneficial to have a web camera with a microphone and speakers built-in. Sometimes a separate phone line is a better option. By logging into the meeting via the Internet, you will be able to see the presenter’s computer screen. By calling into the conference phone number, you will be able to hear the presenter and other participants.
Please allow yourself an extra 5 min to log-in to the Zoom meeting as your computer may need time to automatically download the free Zoom plug-in that will allow you to join the meeting.
A link to access the Zoom Meeting will be emailed to you prior to the event.
Contact Chelsea Kallina at 804.887.1679 or email@example.com.