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Steven Y Park, MD  
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Specialties: Sleep-breathing disorders

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Invitation From Dr. Park: Expert Interview on How Sleep Apnea Wreaks Havoc on Your Hormones

Jun 16, 2010 - 2 comments
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obstructive sleep apnea

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OSA

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hormone imbalance

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feeling fat

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fuzzy or frazzled?

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Richard Shames

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UARS



Please join me for my next Expert Interview on June 22nd, at 8PM Eastern when I'll interview Dr. Richard Shames about his book, Feeling Fat, Fuzzy, or Frazzled?: A 3-Step Program to: Restore Thyroid, Adrenal, and Reproductive Balance, Beat Hormone Havoc, and Feel Better Fast!

By definition, most obstructive sleep apnea patients have hormonal imbalance. You don't want to miss this special event.

Click here to register: http://doctorstevenpark.com/teleseminar-registration

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by babyjohn, Jun 23, 2010
last year this happened i woke up one morning well i was wakened but my body would not move i could see everyhting but icouldent move my head are body it was so scarey

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by redheadaussie, Jun 23, 2010
Thanks Dr Park for a great conference today. Dr Shames answer about my own personal issues made me jump around the room with joy! It is what I have been trying to tell the doctors here (in Australia) for years! T3 is not an accepted course of medication for ANY thyroid patient, let alone one without a thyroid!
I am lucky I have a very good sleep specialist who pointed out the whole sleep apnoea and hormone related issues. He is a mix of you and Dr Shames! Unfortunately for me,  the mask and the machine I have recently obtained are not allowing me a good nights rest. I will pursue a different mask and try a different H20 pressure and see how I go.
  I applaud your work, and would love for you and Dr Shames to come teach our Colonial doctors a thing or two!
Cheers
Maria
Melbourne, Australia

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