Seminar offers weight loss opportunity for people who often feel tired or sleepy.
Brian Dennis has found a new and unexpected way to lose weight. He was always tired and found it hard to exercise. But ever since he fixed his sleep disorder, his new found energy has led to the shedding of forty-five pounds. In fact, heâs found so much energy he will be participating in the Iron Horse bicycle tour from Durango to Silverton, CO in May.
Most people are unfamiliar with the connection between sleep and obesity. Given the higher incidence of sleep disorders among those who are overweight, poor sleep quality can be a significant contributing factor to weight gain. When patients improve their sleep quality, they feel less tired and sleepy during the day. The new-found energy increases their motivation to exercise and even gives them better control over their appetite.
The Sleep and Human Health Institute (SHHI) is offering a series of free seminars where people will learn about the link between obesity and the quality of their sleep.
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