Millions of men are feeling their health deteriorate. The responsibilities of career, family, church and friends create intense stress. Yet society expects men to be stoic, internalizing their worries and pressures until the high stress begins to break down the body.

Sleep problems are a common side effect of this stress, and overall health and well-being soon become casualties as well. Recent studies in twins have proven that getting seven hours of sleep or less a night directly correlates to obesity as well as an increased risk of heart attack and stroke.

You may not realize it, but restless sleep, sleep apnea and long-term sleep deprivation affects your spouse and loved ones by disturbing their sleep patterns, too. It is not only a good idea to take care of yourself – it is the responsible thing to do if you have a family.

According to Dr. Constantine A. Kotsanis, MD, Director of the Kotsanis Institute, a medical clinic that bridges traditional medicine with complementary medicine, feeling rested is not just about going to bed earlier. “Many men can’t sleep deeply. Their minds race or they awaken frequently in the night, or they physically feel badly and can’t rest properly,” said Kotsanis.

“Sleep disorders and health issues need a whole body balanced approach.  Nutrition, diet, alternative treatments and new health habits can make a huge impact on a man’s health and vitality,” he added.

Don’t let stress take you down the path to illness. Regain your health. Experience the healing benefits of deep rest. Attend a FREE Lunch & Learn at the Kotsanis Institute on July 25, 2012 at noon.

Specifically, you will learn how you can achieve optimum health and improve your quality of sleep with:

  • Nutritional supplements
  • Homeopathics
  • Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Fields (PEMPs)
  • Oxygen therapies

In addition to answering your questions, the meeting includes lunch. The Kotsanis institute is located in Grapevine at 2260 Pool Road. Space is limited, so please sign up at or call 817-591-0260.







2260 Pool Road
Grapevine, TX 76051
817.380.4992 |

Dr. Constantine A. Kotsanis MD complements traditional medicine with functional medicine and nutrition to optimize health, wellness, and the anti-aging process.  

Dr. Kotsanis specialties include Insulin Potentiation Targeted Low Dose Therapy (IPTLDSM) in the treatment of Cancer, Comprehensive Cancer Care & AfterCare, Autism, Hormone Imbalances, Allergies, Digestive Disorders, Chronic Fatigue and Chronic Disorders.

The Kotsanis Institute is located located in Grapevine, Texas - close to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)

Dr. Kotsanis’ practice integrates elements of both mainstream and complementary medicine. This practice know as integrative medicine embraces principals and treatment methods which may or may not be accepted or embraced by conventional medicine providers, individual physicians or other health care institutions.

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