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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CMH to present sleep health Lunch and Learn May 6

Missouri Sleep Institute at CMH to discuss getting a good night’s sleep

FOR THE MEDIA

Contacts:

Tamera Heitz-Peek
417-328-7245
theitz@citizensmemorial.com

Citizens Memorial Hospital (CMH) will host a free Lunch and Learn seminar on sleep health Friday, May 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the CMH Community Rooms, located at 1500 N. Oakland in Bolivar. Information will be presented by Don Garrison, RT, from the Missouri Sleep Institute at CMH. Garrison will discuss getting a good night’s sleep.

As many as 70 million Americans may be affected by chronic sleep loss or sleep disorders.  There are more than 80 known sleep disorders. A sleep disorder keeps a person from sleeping normally.  For many people, it is a chronic, nightly problem that can affect daytime behavior.  Activities at work, school and relationships can be affected. A sleep disorder can make existing medical conditions worse, or lead to new medical problems.  The Missouri Sleep Institute at CMH offers testing for all sleeping disorders in a state-of-the-art laboratory with specially trained technicians. 

A light lunch will be served and reservations are requested.  For more information or to register visit http://conta.cc/1SwmuAm or call the CMH Information Center at 417-328-6010 or 888-328-6010.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CMH to present sleep health Lunch and Learn May 6

Missouri Sleep Institute at CMH to discuss getting a good night’s sleep

Citizens Memorial Hospital (CMH) will host a free Lunch and Learn seminar on sleep health Friday, May 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the CMH Community Rooms, located at 1500 N. Oakland in Bolivar. Information will be presented by Don Garrison, RT, from the Missouri Sleep Institute at CMH. Garrison will discuss getting a good night’s sleep.

As many as 70 million Americans may be affected by chronic sleep loss or sleep disorders.  There are more than 80 known sleep disorders. A sleep disorder keeps a person from sleeping normally.  For many people, it is a chronic, nightly problem that can affect daytime behavior.  Activities at work, school and relationships can be affected. A sleep disorder can make existing medical conditions worse, or lead to new medical problems.  The Missouri Sleep Institute at CMH offers testing for all sleeping disorders in a state-of-the-art laboratory with specially trained technicians. 

A light lunch will be served and reservations are requested.  For more information or to register visit http://conta.cc/1SwmuAm or call the CMH Information Center at 417-328-6010 or 888-328-6010.