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Jamestown, North Dakota (NewsDakota.com/JRMC) – Snoring and sleep apnea affect the quality of life of individuals and their families.
That’s why Ear, Nose, and Throat Physician CP Burton III, PhD, is offering an in-person JRMC U: Snoring and Sleep Apnea on Thursday, January 12th. Dr. Burton said he will join JRMC in 2022. children, and adults.
If your breathing stops and starts while you rest, you may have sleep apnea. Individuals and their partners may notice loud snoring and feel tired even after a good night’s sleep.
“Sleep apnea can have serious health consequences. It can also affect relationships and quality of life,” says Dr. Burton.
He hopes to help people understand why snoring and sleep apnea occur and how to remedy the symptoms at home.
“Some people can manage their care naturally. Some may need medical intervention. Surgical and non-surgical treatments exist so people can choose the best option for them,” he said. rice field.
Jamestown Regional Medical Center offers virtual and in-person learning opportunities year-round. These events, called JRMC U, help individuals make informed choices about their health.
“We value this community. If we can provide learning opportunities like JRMC U classes, people can find home solutions that meet their needs. At least we can know what treatment options are available.
We want to remove as many barriers as possible. ”
ENT JRMC U is an opportunity for people to learn how to make the best decisions for themselves and their families, Delfs said.
All events are held at TRAC at 11am and include a light lunch. They are free and open to the public. Participants do not need to be TRAC members to participate.
Click here for more information or to sign up.