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Discover the Secret to Better Health & Better Sleep

Dec 26, 2008 - 10 comments
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sleep

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stress reduction

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breathing



A LIVE interview with yoga expert Deborah Quilter.

Improper breathing at night can lead to a variety of health problems including stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, high blood pressure, or heart disease. However, poor breathing habits during the day can also affect the way you sleep at night. What you'll learn in this program will significantly change the way you breathe, sleep and live.

During this information packed call, you will learn:

• What type of breathing exercises are harmful, and even detrimental to your health
• Simple step by step instruction on how to breathe properly throughout your day to increase energy and stamina
• Which breathing exercises will get you to relieve stress, anxiety and help you sleep better fast

Deborah Quilter is an author, consultant, certified yoga teacher and personal trainer. She has
successfully helped many people with various backgrounds achieve a greater level of fitness
without exacerbating pain. She has written  two books, The Repetitive Strain Injury Recovery
Book  and Repetitive Strain Injury: A Computer User’s Guide and has appeared on many
television and radio programs. Ms. Quilter has helped clients with repetitive strain injury, hip,
back, shoulder and neck pain as well as many other conditions.

Date: Tuesday, January 6, 2009
Time: 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Register here to receive your telephone access information: http://tinyurl.com/8gcou6

Once you register, you will receive a link to a recording of the program. You can also submit questions for Ms. Quilter during registration or live during the program.

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by sumihari, Dec 26, 2008
Hi,

I am very interested in this topic but I reside in Australia. How can I access a recording of the program through the internet.

Thanks,

Sumi

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by Steven Y Park, MDBlank, Dec 26, 2008
Sumi,

All you have to do is to register and you'll get a link to download the mp3 file after the program. Hope you find it helpful.

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by sumihari, Dec 26, 2008
Thank you

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by nuclearpowerpants, Dec 27, 2008
I too am Australian. We seem to have a lot of breathing troubles here down under... lots of OSA and the highest asthma rate in the world I think... any idea why?

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by meg321, Dec 28, 2008
I got a message saying it no longer exists....this was the url I used:

http://doctorstevenpark.com/expertinterviewmh

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by Steven Y Park, MDBlank, Dec 28, 2008
meg321,

http://doctorstevenpark.com/expertinterviewmh should be working now.

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by meg321, Dec 28, 2008
I have tried every which way and still gives me the same message, i will try tomorrow, thank you..

meg

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by meg321, Dec 28, 2008
Its the breathing I am so interested in, i have shortness of breath so bad, my dr says I dont breathe right. But its just one of my proplems, i am being tested for MS at the moment also. it may be one of the symptoms, but I still need to help myself.

meg

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by Steven Y Park, MDBlank, Dec 28, 2008
meg321,

Try this new link: http://tinyurl.com/8gcou6  --  It should work. I tested it in multiple browsers and platforms.

It sounds like you could benefit greatly from this program.

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by Steven Y Park, MDBlank, Dec 28, 2008
Barcan,

I'm not sure why there's so much OSA in Australia. I've seen the statistics about the high rate of asthma, however. Conventional teaching assumes that OSA and asthma are two separate conditions. However, I'm convinced that they are related, as I point out in my book, Sleep, Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired.

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