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No more sleepless nights for women

Posted on April 04 2014

4 days left Women experience higher risks of cardiovascular problems when they don’t get enough rest and they’re also more susceptible to psychological distress, depression, and anger.

I read this and and was so disturbed at how much women are doing today with careers, family, and home. Yes they suffer miserably from too many sleepless nights.

Yikes!  Find out how you can sleep better!  Join me on for a FREE teleseminar on Tuesday!

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Struggle Sleeping?

Posted on April 03 2014


It seems that women are having a harder time gets some sleep these days. They are having sleepless nights not just once in a while but very frequently. When they awaken their brain immediately thinks of the tasks that lie ahead.  they are also finding that they are easily forgetting things, less organized and quicker to judge, not to mention a bit more irritable! and the funny thing is that they are finding it hard to keep weight off. think it’s connected? Please join me on a FREE teleconference on April 8th at 7:00 PM and why.  click here to register.

 

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Chamber Executive Women’s Luncheon

Posted on August 11 2010
Date: Thursday Oct. 14, 2010
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Organization: Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce

Description

At this panel discussion, you will have the opportunity to
engage medical experts at Duke Medicine about several prevalent health and
wellness related issues for women, as well as their correlation with each other
and with your overall health and well-being. Topics will include:

  • Heart Health. Learn how stress, sleep and other lifestyle
    factors may be contributing to your risk for heart disease.
  • Sleep. Growing evidence suggests that chronic lack of
    sleep can increase the risk for developing obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular
    disease, and infections. Learn about common sleep disorders and new
    leading-edge options for treating them.
  • Stress and Well-being. Learn how to pay attention to how
    you feel and to respond to your body’s needs and achieve a sense of overall
    health and well-being.

Panel members include:  Carla Hollis (Moderator), Peggy
Gleason, RN MS NHD, Dr. Radha Kachhy, and Dr. Paul Peterson.

Please visit the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce for more information.

Registration status
Registration open
Registration Requirements
Please call 919.664.7034 or e-mail
sgaskill@raleighchamber.org to register.
Location
North Raleigh Hilton
Address
3415 Wake Forest Road
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
Directions
From Charlotte, RTP, Durham, Airport and Points West
Take I-40 East towards Raleigh
Take Exit # 289 Wade Ave.
Take I-440 North/HWY 64 Rocky Mount (Inner Beltline)
Follow I-440 North Approximately 6 Miles to Exit #10 (Wake Forest Road)
At the end of the exit ramp, take a left at the stoplight on to Wake Forest Rd.
The North Raleigh Hilton is located approximately 1/8 mile on the left across
from Raleigh Community Hospital

From Wilmington, NC and Points South East
Take I-40 west into Raleigh until exit #301 for I-440 North (outer Beltline)
Follow I-440 North to exit #10 (Wake Forest Road)  
At the end of the exit ramp, make a right at the stoplight
The North Raleigh Hilton is located approximately ¼ mile on the left across from
Raleigh Community Hospital

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