|Fitness Guru Tim Mills (www.timsfit.com)|
Tim found a better way: He lost weight, exercised more and changed his diet. No more meds, no more high cholesterol. Now Tim is a highly-respected nutritionist, fitness expert and motivational speaker. He devotes his life to helping others find better health and fitness with simple, easy steps.
Tim Mills will be the featured guest during the next ‘CPAP Chat’ (www.CPAPchat.org), the free virtual support session for people with sleep apnea, health care professionals and anyone interested in the topic of sleep. The session -- free and open to all -- is Wednesday, July 1st from 7 – 8 pm (ET).
‘CPAP Chat’ is the country’s only town-hall-style forum of its kind. People from a dozen states usually participate The host is engineer/inventor Eric Cohen, co-founder and president of National Sleep Therapy (www.nstherapy.com), a leading supplier of CPAP equipment designed to help people with sleep apnea to get a good night’s sleep.
“All are invited for what promises to be a fun and informative session with Tim Mills,” says Cohen. “Participants will learn three simple tricks you can do today for better fitness and nutrition. You’ll also learn how nutrition can impact your sleep. Tim works with regular folks, not just super athletes. He’s not about body-building, but rather about feeling good and enjoying every day. http://timsfit.com/
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls sleep apnea an epidemic and estimates that 50-70 million American adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder. Most have yet to be diagnosed! CPAP (acronym for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) is today’s most common therapy, usually prescribed by a pulmonologist or cardiologist. It sends a gentle oxygen flow to keep airways open to enable uninterrupted sleep.
Other topics that will be addressed during the July 1st ‘CPAP Chat’ session will include: Follow-up on last month’s discussion about mindful meditation as a sleep aid, and more about a micro-CPAP that weighs less than an ouce.
CPAP Chat is free, anonymous and open to all. To join the conversation: Just prior to the session on Wednesday, July 1 at 7 pm (ET), call 1-800.204.6655, enter access code 342-2187#.) For more info, visit www.CPAPchat.org .
By Stanley Hurwitz / firstname.lastname@example.org