Did you know that disruptions in sleep can increase the chance that your heart disease will get worse? Disturbed can affect your blood sugar, blood cholesterol, and blood pressure. Having a good night’s sleep is also important to your emotional wellbeing. It is common to find it difficult to sleep in times of higher stress. Learn about the signs of disturbed sleep and a more serious condition called sleep apnea. Find out what you can do to sleep well and reduce your risk. Note this session will be about 1 hour.
Dr. Michael Sarin, MD, FRCPC, M.Ed., CDE UHN Toronto Rehab Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Program
Dr. Jaan Reitav, Psych, CBSM, DBSM Clinical and Health Psychologist Professor, Clinical Diagnosis, CMCC Psychologist, UHN Toronto Rehab Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Program