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Integrative Therapies Calendar

17 April 2019
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Secrets to a Better Night's Sleep - Postponed 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Does the concept of a good night’s sleep seem like a dream? Do you feel tired and overwhelmed most of the day? Is the recovery from an illness or injury taking longer than the norm? Over time, you may have developed lifestyle patterns that are sabotaging your sleep and its restorative nature.

The cost of sleeplessness and its resulting fatigue is high. Without the foundation of a consistent sleep pattern, there are many consequences to your overall health. Unfortunately that list can be lengthy: decreased focus, impaired memory, reduced productivity, delayed healing, lower energy level, emotional overwhelm and other negative health issues.

Join Cheri Timmons for an insightful discussion on “Six Secrets to a Better Night’s Sleep”. She’ll address the impact of fatigue and the essential body and brain maintenance that occurs during sleep. You will also learn to identify lifestyle patterns that are negatively affecting your sleep, so one can transform sleep habits to feel focused, energized and emotionally at ease in your day-to-day life.

Cheri Timmons is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Health Coach, Yoga Teacher and owner of Cheri Timmons Coaching. She specializes in working with adults experiencing fatigue.

Please register for this class by Friday, April 12 by calling (336) 294-0910. Class Fee of $15 is due upon registration via phone or in person.
Nutritional Solutions - Anti-Inflammatory Foods 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM ‘Anti-Inflammatory Foods’ Presentation at
Integrative Therapies – Wednesday, April 17, 2019

When you suffer an injury or have an infection, the body’s immune system goes into action to combat the condition. Acute inflammation – heat, swelling, pain, loss of function - is part of that healing response. However, when your body is subject to chronic inflammation, over many months to years, you become a host to a variety of health problems. Some of these include rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, chronic sinusitis, atherosclerosis, IBS, Alzheimer’s disease, colitis, Crohn’s disease, cancer and chronic peptic ulcers.

The origin of chronic inflammation is believed to be the digestive system. Therefore, nutrition becomes a major influence when it comes to curbing it, both in terms of prevention and treatment. A wide variety of painful conditions can be affected positively by introducing or increasing consumption of certain foods into your diet.

Join Joyce Eury, RD, LDN, at this month’s Nutritional Solutions’ Class, for a discussion on chronic inflammatory conditions and nutritional strategies for addressing them. Learn about the role of the inflammatory process in disease development, and the solutions of how food can contribute to or inhibit it. Joyce is a licensed nutritionist, and certified as a Life Style Eating and Performance (LEAP) therapist, specializing in food sensitivities/intolerances.

This class will be held on Wednesday, April 17 at 6:00pm. Please register for it by Friday, April 12 by calling (336) 294-0910 or in person at our Front Desk. Class Fee of $15 is due upon registration.
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