A DAY FOR US: WORKSHOPS FOR WOMEN HOSTED BY BOZEMAN DEACONESS WOMENS CENTER

FEBRUARY 4, 2014
Taking care of family, work and community takes a lot of a womans time. Every woman deserves to stop occasionally to take care of herself. In 2014, women of all ages will have four opportunities to take a Saturday morning off, just for themselves, at A Day for Us: Workshops for Women, hosted by Bozeman Deaconess Womens Center.

The quarterly workshops will provide the most up-to-date information and activities on how women can take care of themselves and their health, through education, exercise, relaxation and demonstrations. Four different 40-minute offerings will be presented each date by Bozeman Deaconess and community experts, along with refreshing seasonal beverages and snacks.

The first session begins on February 22, focusing on taking care of your heart and beating the winter doldrums. Register soon for this workshop as space is limited and it will fill fast. On May 17, participants will get help to get active safely in summer months and feasting on fresh foods, while the July 19 morning will be spent outdoors, weather permitting, learning about healthy skin and eyes, and how to protect them from the sun. Finally, the fall focus on October 25 will be on strong bones for strong bodies and provide information on popular nutrient supplements.

Each session runs 8:30 am-noon, and is limited to 30 participants. Registration costs $20 per session or $70 for those who register for all four workshops. Women are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and bring yoga mats and eye pillows, or yoga mats and eye pillow can be purchased for $15 at the time of registration or at the door.

To register or for more information, call Bozeman Deaconess Health Information Center at 406-414-1644 or visit www.bdhg.org/adayforus.
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PULMONARY EXERCISE TESTING

Measuring the body’s response to exercise unveils the fingerprint of an individual’s underlying health and disease. From these data, one can gain insight into a subject’s inherent athleticism, state of training, potential rehabilitation, and/or severity of heart, lung, or muscle disease. In other words, making accurate measurements and being able to interpret them are relevant to athletes, 'weekend warriors' and patients.

Using computerized cardiopulmonary exercise system that makes precise, instantaneous measurements during exercise, the physician can make breath-by-breath measurements of metabolic responses, for example, oxygen consumption, carbon dioxide production, minute ventilation, ventilatory pattern, ventilatory efficiency, anaerobic or ventilatory threshold while at the same time make measurements of cardiac response (EKG, blood pressure, etc.) identical to the stress test administered by cardiologists.

This testing looks at the whole chain of events of oxygen delivery to the muscle.
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