Event Phone: 62806690
OPENING ADDRESS by Guest of Honour
LIGHT INCONTINENCE AND THE DOs & DON’Ts | Dr Siow Woei Yun
Urinary incontinence is an extremely common condition, affecting approximately 40% of women worldwide. The risk factors and causes of leakage vary from case to case, but take comfort in knowing that this condition is often very treatable. This talk will help us understand and learn what we can do to cure and prevent this condition.
EAT RIGHT TO STOP THE LEAKS | Ms. Shweta Singh
Many among ageing population suffers silently from the discomfort of urinary incontinence. In this talk, we will learn more on the prevention and management of an overactive bladder through diet and lifestyle changes.
YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT | Ms. Kirsty Smith
The food you eat and the lifestyle choices you make impact on your health, well-being and performance. Adopting healthy daily habits will you achieve optimal body weight and improved body strength. This reduces stress on the body which is one of the problems related to incontinence.
EAT WELL, THINK WELL | Dr. Chan Kin Ming
Our brain is a very active organ. Even while asleep, may parts of our brain are still active. It is therefore very sensitive to nutritional status of the body. In this talk, you will find out what nutrition the brain needs to function well and how to go about getting the nutrients.
KNOW YOUR BIOLOGICAL CLOCK | A/Prof Goh Lee Gan
Inside every living organism resides a system of clocks that keep the body functions synchronized to the hours of the day and night. The master clock is the 24 hour clock. Then there is the 12 hour clock. There are other clocks that keep track of the seasons and years. What is important to note the clocks are affected by light and darkness. This triggers the body to behave in a certain ways. The second important fact is eating and weight; sleep and wakefulness; and work efficiency follows from light and darkness effects too. The third important fact is knowing the first 2 facts allow us to deal with sleep problems including jet lag; eating and weight gain, and work performances in a scientific way and hopefully result is a better You and Me.
LUCKY DRAW & CLOSING (Attractive prizes worth $700 to be won!)
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Dr Siow Woei Yun
Urologist, Raffles Hospital
Ms. Shweta Singh
Clinical Nutritonist, Nutrition Matters Singapore
Ms. Kirsty Smith
Sports Nutritionist, Per4mance Nutrition
Dr. Chan Kin Ming
Geriatrician, Chan KM Geriatric & Medical Clinic Pte Ltd
A/Prof Goh Lee Gan
Senior Consultant Division, Family Medicine NUHS
$8 general ticket
$12 Buddy ticket ( for 2 )
Fee include a goodie bag* worth $30 for all attendee.
For more information, please call 6280 6690.
*Terms and Conditions apply. Organisers reserve the right to substitute products with a similar value without notice.
Information of the seminar is correct as of 29th August 2017.
- October 14, 2017
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Venue: JEM L6 Auditorium