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Toluca Lake, CA 91602

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"We Treat the Tough Cases"

Jay Reznick, DMD, MD & Jonathan Greenburg, DDS
Exclusively Treating Sleep Apnea, Snoring, and CPAP Intolerance

Can’t sleep? The best long-term cure is not medication

Does this sound familiar? ”It’s 1:30 a.m. If I can fall asleep right now, I’ll get five hours and 30 minutes of sleep.” At 2:20 a.m: ”If I fall asleep right now, I’ll get four hours and 40 minutes of sleep. I’ll be OK. I’ll get through the day, and then I’ll go to bed early, and it will be fine.” At 2:45 a.m….

‘2:45 a.m. + eternity + 3:23 a.m. + eternity = What It’s Like To Have Insomnia’

This nighttime plague has increased in the U.S. as the decades roll on, and formulas like the one above are all too familiar to many. If you find getting a good night’s rest to be a challenge — whether you have difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, waking up too early or not sleeping deeply enough — you’re in good company.

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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.


When Work Invades Your Sleep Through Your Dreams

We dream about what preoccupies us, and during the pandemic things got weird

You’re giving a presentation—without any pants. The plane to your business trip is taxiing away as you run for the gate. And what’s the boss from your first job doing here?

Don’t worry, it was just a dream. And you’re not alone. A lot of people say work has invaded their sleep, especially during the pandemic, as boundaries have been obliterated and burnout is on the rise. The good news: dreams can help us solve problems, or reach realizations about our careers and ourselves.

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Sleep Hacks

What exercise can help you sleep better

A regular exercise routine can help most people to sleep better.

According to the Sleep Foundation, studies have shown that those who experience chronic insomnia and begin regular exercise can both fall asleep up to 13 minutes faster and stay asleep for 18 minutes longer.

The organization said exercise causes a change in a person's core body temperature, mimicking a similar temperature change that happens before a person falls asleep.

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The 9 Best Essential Oils for Better Sleep and Relaxation

Although small in size (and amount), essential oils pack a powerful punch! These versatile oils have been used for centuries in natural remedies to alleviate a legion of ailments, including insomnia. Whether you’re applying essential oils topically or adding them to your favorite oil diffuser, incorporating them into your nightly routine can help heighten your sleep experience so you wake up rejuvenated and ready to conquer the day.

As anyone with insomnia will tell you, counting sheep just doesn’t cut it. An estimated 1/3 of Americans don’t get enough sleep, and it’s no surprise the role that daily stressors of life can have on our ability to sleep.

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Q & A

Our readers are invited to email us with their questions!

Q: Is It Bad to Sleep With the TV On? (Terry G.)

Terry, yes! You may think TV takes your mind off thoughts that keep you awake or helps you to fall asleep when someone is snoring. In reality, it diminishes both the quantity and quality of sleep.

TV noise is certainly a problem, but light is an even greater concern. Nightfall signals your internal clock that it’s time to slow down. At around 8:00–9:00 PM, your pineal gland begins secreting the hormone melatonin, which readies you for sleep—unless light throws a wrench in the works. You may think your TV isn’t very bright, but it’s bright enough to dampen melatonin release. Plus, televisions emit blue wavelengths of light, which have a particularly negative effect on melatonin secretion.

You know the guidelines for better sleep: a dark, cool room; supportive supplements such as melatonin, 3 mg 30 minutes before bedtime; and no TV or other devices in your bedroom. If you need something to turn off anxious thoughts or a busy mind, meditation, prayer, or reading before bed can help you sleep better—and are vastly superior to TV.


Q: What's the Best Sleeping Position? (Irene M.)

Irene, research suggests that side sleeping has some advantages. It is generally easier on your back, especially with proper pillow support to prevent shoulder or neck pain. It makes snoring less likely. In fact, a good way to stop someone from snoring without waking them is to nudge them enough that they’ll turn from their back to their side.

Side sleeping also allows metabolic waste products that accumulate in the brain to be flushed out more effectively. Plus, if you sleep on your left side, it reduces symptoms of indigestion and acid reflux.

That said, if you are getting a good night’s sleep in a different position, stick with it.

All in One Location
  • SleepTesting, CPAP/APAP, Dental Mouthpieces, Surgery, Laser Therapy, & More
MD and DDS:
  • Dr. Reznick and Dr. Greenburg 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?
Proven Results:
  • Over 85% compliance with CPAP/APAP. Patented Dental appliance proven successful on even severe OSA.
Medicare Welcome:
  • Successfully treated thousands of patients.

Take Our 5-Patient Challenge

Refer to us your 5 patients who are suffering most from Sleep Apnea. You know the ones. They are obese, have Type 2 Diabetes, High blood pressure, of course they snore and more.

Let us prove to you why we can be successful with even these patients.

Newsletter #25, Volume 1

We Treat the Tough Cases
We Treat the Tough Cases
Jonathan Greenburg, DDS
Jonathan Greenburg, DDS
Jay Reznick, DMD, MD
Jay Reznick, DMD, MD
Snore Experts
Snore Experts
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