Please note: As this was a live class the test and evaluation are not required. Attendance was the only requirement and this was recorded and reported by GoToWebinar. Certificates can be located under HC University, My Certificates.
This was a live class, that took place on:
September 20, 2017, 9:00 am Pacific Time
2 CA CE Units/NCCAOM 2 PDA pts (AOM-BIO)
The most common symptoms in people with insomnia are trouble falling asleep, feeling tired during the day, not feeling refreshed when you wake up or waking up several times during sleep. Patients who have insomnia are sometimes consumed by the thought of getting enough sleep. But the more they try to sleep, the more frustrated and upset they get, and the harder sleep becomes. In Advanced Sleeping Sound, Andrew Gaeddert will discuss helping clients with chronic insomnia and why constitutional treatment is recommended. We will discuss medicines that contribute to insomnia as well as health conditions associated with poor sleep. Attendees will be able to help client’s long-term insomnia, chronic fatigue, immune disorders, chronic and acute pain, diabetes, heart disease, and cognitive decline.
We will present advanced herbal and acupuncture protocols and case studies. Insomnia clients presenting with GERD, the effects of diabetes and metabolic syndrome, nasal obstruction causing snoring, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and depression and anxiety will be discussed.
Sleeping Sound, Part 1 focused on the dangers of sleep medications, beneficial TCM treatments and sleep hygiene. Advanced Sleeping Sound will focus on fostering a greater understanding of treating insomnia using acute and constitutional approaches with patients in the western clinic.
Andrew Gaeddert, RH has been practicing as an herbalist for over thirty years. He takes an East West approach to treating primary and secondary insomnia.
Goals and Objectives
Andrew’s first class Sleeping Sound drew hundreds of attendees. His new class, Advanced Sleeping Sound, will be an excellent method to improve your acupuncture and herbal treatment of insomnia patients. He is the author of several books including Healing Digestive Disorders and Healing Immune Disorders.
Three Ways to Attend the Course
September 20, 2017 $49 Live Webinar with 2 CA CE / 2 PDAs
Benefits of the Live course:
September 21, 2017 Free Audit
You can also choose to audit the course free of charge. By auditing the class, you will be able to attend the recorded broadcast on September 21. Those who audit the class will not have the opportunity to submit questions, or interact with Andrew Gaeddert or Matt Bauer.
Advanced sign up required
Paid Distance Class $49 (2 CA CE / 2 PDAs approved)
If you missed it: Sign up for Sleeping Sound, Part 1 Distance Class 2 CA CE / 2 PDAs approved $49.
Andrew Gaeddert, president and founder of Health Concerns, originally became involved in herbal medicine after conventional medicine failed to help his symptoms of Crohn's disease, a life-threatening digestive disorder. Through years of research, experimentation, and self-treatment with herbal medicine, Andrew Gaeddert was able to successfully treat his condition and regain his good health. Since then, he has helped thousands of people heal with herbal medicine through his private practice. He has authored numerous articles and books: Healing Immune Disorders, Healing Digestive Disorders, Healing Skin Disorders, Digestive Health NOW, and Chinese Herbs in the Western Clinic.
Andrew Gaeddert is dedicated to the concept of lifelong education. He has studied with master herbalists from the U.S. and China and lectured at Columbia University and many other colleges nationwide. He has worked with other herbalists to develop clinically tested formulas to help people with AIDS, cancer, and other chronic diseases, and served on the protocol teams of several scientific studies on herbal medicine. Currently he is involved in endometriosis research. In 1984, Andrew Gaeddert founded Health Concerns, a company dedicated to providing the finest, most effective herbal formulas and educational resources to herbal practitioners.