Sat, Feb 23|
Could Sleep Disordered Breathing be Contributing to ADD and ADHD?
Join Dr. Sambataro, a holistic dentist, and Dr. Eberts, a health psychologist for an informative presentation on the critical topic of sleep disordered breathing and how it could be correlated to ADD and ADHD.
Time & Location
Feb 23, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
About The Event
Is your child tormented by ADD/ADHD, irritability or bed-wetting? Do they experience daytime sleepiness, nightmares or snoring? How about chronic infections, struggling in school or tongue-tie?
These are just a few of the more than 30 symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) that 9 out of 10 children in America suffer from. This silent crisis is damaging the health of millions of children and adults without their knowledge. One of the major causes of SDB is a constricted airway, which limits oxygen to the brain and other vital organs.
The good news is that this airway constriction can be dealt with. For example, research has shown that 50% of children diagnosed with ADHD actually have sleep-disordered breathing – and when the disordered breathing is healed, the ADHD goes away.
Doctor Sambataro, who is a holistic dentist, and doctor Eberts, a health psychologist, will be offering a presentation on this critical topic at Nourishing Journey on February 23rd at 10am.
Meet your Facilitators:
Dr. Sambataro has spent 40 years practicing as a Holistic/Biological Dentist w/ special interest in Sleep Disordered Breathing & Orthopedic growth and development for children in the prevention of braces and extractions.
Dr Eberts has over 40 years experience in his field of health psychology. He has a proven success record, having coached several thousand patients on how to use the mind to heal the body. He is passionate about helping others develop vibrant health, deep self-compassion, and mental, physical & spiritual well-being.
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