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Check out our new CPAP Support Group!

You’re invited!

June’s CPAP Support Group Discussion:
“CPAP Tips and Tricks”
Date:Tuesday, June 7th
Time:6:00 pm to 7:00pm
Location:Sound Sleep Health (Kirkland)
13531 Juanita-Woodinville Way NE

Our new free quarterly meetings are casual and open to those who suffer from sleep apnea or know someone who does.

This is a great opportunity for you to meet with others who share your concerns about sleep apnea and CPAP use in a supportive, casual environment. While here, you will enjoy an informal talk and Q&A session hosted by our very own sleep center specialist, Dr. Gandis Mazeika.

Also on hand will be Jay Ellis from Philips Respironics to demonstrate the latest in CPAP equipment and give you a chance for some hands-on time with masks and other CPAP machines and accessories.

Come for the talk, share your questions, and stay for the refreshments and giveaways!

For more information, contact Sound Sleep Health today!

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