Snore Experts Inc

4418 Vineland Ave #112

Toluca Lake, CA 91602

(818) 578-3500

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"We Treat the Tough Cases"

Jonathan Greenburg, DDS & Michael Tong, DDS
Exclusively Treating Sleep Apnea, Snoring, and CPAP Intolerance

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Find our new location at:

4418 Vineland Avenue, Suite 112

Toluca Lake CA 91602

Not all sleeping positions are equal when it comes to getting your rest.
One position in particular will likely leave you achy rather than refreshed in the morning, according to James Leinhardt, a self-described sleep posture specialist.
In a TikTok, Leinhardt declared sleeping on your stomach with your arms stretched out on a pillow as a “car crash of a sleeping position,” and urged people to try a different posture when slumbering.
“You’re rotating your neck, you’re twisting it,” he explained. “You’re putting your head up and you’re fighting all the natural curves of your spine.”
In the video, which has more than 52.4 million views, Leinhardt demonstrated on plastic skeleton laid out in the same position how it can compress your vertebrate.


Funny Sleep Puns & Jokes

Some people have nightmares while some have just plain bizarre dreams. Whatever kind of dreamer you are, if you need funny sleep puns and jokes, you’ll never be caught napping again!

That’s because you couldn’t dream of better sleep puns than these. So enjoy them.

Sleep News

One drug stood out for reducing excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in a meta-analysis, researchers reported.
The meta-analysis covered 14 trials with participants having baseline ESS scores of at least 10 and excluding people with sleep disorders other than OSA.
A total of 3,085 participants were included in analysis, which featured an average patient age of 50 years, and a 71% male population. The patient population was 18% Black and 77% white.

Sleep Hacks

Sleeping poorly due to job stress? That may be due to a lack of support from coworkers and higher-ups, a new study found.
However, receiving improved psychological and social support at your job allows you to more easily shut off from the workday, thus giving you precious downtime to de-stress and improve sleep, according to the study.
“This study highlights the important role that workplace environment and stress have beyond the setting of work on overall well-being,” said Dr. Phyllis Zee, chief of sleep medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. Zee was not involved in the study.


Some people find it easy to fall asleep on a plane, but if you’re one of those who’s wide awake wishing you could catch some z’s, you may want to invest in a good travel pillow. The right one can help you feel more comfortable, even if you’re stuck in a middle seat. This way, you can totally relax, take a nap and hopefully wake up at your final destination a little rested.

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- Rodney Walker

Snore Experts Customer Spotlight

Name: Steven S.

Age: 44

Years of snoring: 9

Number of snoring products tried: 3

Experience: When I was diagnosed with severe sleep apnea, I procrastinated for many years and ignored the results of three different sleep tests because I did not want to use a CPAP machine. After realizing how serious my condition was, and feeling exhausted before my day even started, I contacted Dr. Greenburg for help. With his sophisticated equipment he made my sleep apnea appliance. I was excited about wearing it as an alternative to the CPAP. From the very first night I experienced an improvement in my sleeping and even felt rested in the morning. Best of all my wife is finally getting her well deserved sleep! I would never again think of going to sleep without my appliance.

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Q & A w/ Dr. Greenburg

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Q: Getting 8 straight hours of sleep Is hard for me to do. Is it OK to break my sleep into chunks? (Maddie C.)

A: Maddie, the short answer is yes—but there are a few stipulations to keep in mind. The main thing to consider is that sleep comes in roughly 90-minute cycles. That’s why I tend to support pushback against breaking up your sleep into two 4-hour blocks. Instead, shoot for getting 4.5 hours or 6 hours of sleep at once, and then find time during the day for a nap to top yourself off.


Q: How Does Alcohol Affect Sleep? (Eugene L.)

A: Eugene, a drink at nighttime might be called a nightcap, but alcohol doesn’t actually help you get high-quality sleep. A few drinks in, alcohol makes you feel drowsy and sedated, thus causing you to fall asleep faster. But it can lead to poor sleep by suppressing Rapid Eye Movement (REM), which is the deepest part of sleep that supports memory and concentration. It can interrupt your circadian rhythm, causing you to wake up frequently. Alcohol also has a diuretic effect that makes you urinate more often — you might be waking up for bathroom trips throughout the night. For most people, one or two drinks shouldn’t impact sleep significantly, though.

All in One Location
  • SleepTesting, CPAP/APAP, Dental Mouthpieces, Surgery, Laser Therapy, & More
Proven Results:
  • Over 85% compliance with CPAP/APAP. Patented Dental appliance proven successful on even severe OSA.
  • Dr. Greenburg and Dr. Tong are 2 of the most prominent Sleep Doctors in the Country. When other doctors need treatment for their sleep apnea, why do you think they choose Snore Experts?
  • Successfully treated thousands of patients.

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