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

Sleep experts on daylight saving time: Give it a rest

That extra hour of sleep you’ll gain on Sunday may sound like a dream — but it can end up a nightmare for many.

Besides the dread of darkness falling an hour earlier in the afternoon, some sleep experts say that falling back in November doesn’t outweigh the cost of springing ahead in March.

“Research on daylight saving time shows that it may have important effects on our health and work performance,” said Indiana University associate professor Cristiano Guarana.

Guarana, who specializes in sleep and job engagement, calls daylight saving time a “global experiment” that has netted less than encouraging results.

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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.


Sleep at 10pm linked to lower risk of heart disease, study finds

When it comes to sleep, Goldilocks may have argued the trick is to find a bed that is “just right” but research suggests there may also be an optimal time to nod off – at least when it comes to heart health. Not too early and not too late, with the sweet spot being between 10pm and 11pm.

The study, based on data from more than 88,000 participants of the UK Biobank, suggests going to sleep at 10pm or shortly after is associated with a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease compared with falling asleep earlier or later at night.

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Sleep Hacks

Daylight saving time just ended. These tips can help rebuild your kid's sleep routine

Getting enough sleep helps you focus, retain information and helps to fortify your immune system. But when it comes to children, they probably aren't thinking about these benefits of quality sleep.

Many parents struggle to get their school-aged children, from ages five to 11, to willingly and peacefully wind down for bed. Dr. Nilong Vyas experienced this when raising her own kids. She is a board-certified sleep consultant and pediatrician who runs Sleepless in NOLA.

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Cove Review: Can vibrations from a $500 wearable help your sleep?

Cove is a wearable device that promises to reduce your stress and improve your sleep in just 20 minutes a day with no effort on your behalf, which may just be too good to be true.

Chances are, you probably carry some level of stress with you — maybe it's because of your job, or your busy schedule, or dealing with the uncertainty of the ongoing pandemic.

It would be convenient there was a device that, through science, allowed you to passively improve the quality of your sleep and lower your levels of stress.

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Q & A

Our readers are invited to email us with their questions!

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

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.)

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.

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Newsletter #29, 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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