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Get some sleep

May
9
Thu
May 9, 2013
Thursday
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Montage Wellness Center
Marina, CA

Registration Details

Registration Closed.

Registration required by calling (888) 45-CHOMP or (888) 452-4667.
Space is limited.

Description

Get some sleepSleepless in Seaside?

Craving a catnap in Carmel?

Millions of people have trouble getting enough sleep. Find out what might be keeping you awake and what you can do about it, from do-it-yourself lifestyle changes to devices like CPAP machines to treat sleep apnea. Our experts will also talk about sleep studies, done in Community Hospital’s accredited Sleep Disorders Center, or at home.

Speakers:
Dr. Richard Kanak, medical director, Sleep Disorders Center
Sara Jenkins, lead polysomnographic technologist

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Contact

(888) 45CHOMP or at 888-452-4667

Schedule & Location

Schedule

Date Time Location
1. Thu, May 09 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM Montage Wellness Center

Location Details

  • Montage Wellness Center
    2920 2nd Avenue
    Marina, CA 93955
    Main: 831-883-5656

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