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"We Treat the Tough Cases"

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

Is sleep the secret sauce for good health?

It’s that not-so-magical time of the year when we lose an hour out of our already busy lives due to the annual transition from standard time to daylight saving time. If you’re muttering to yourself, “Really? This again?” you’re not alone. I mean, Hawaii and Arizona did away with this nonsense more than 50 years ago, so why not us?

Ironically, but perhaps not coincidentally, National Sleep Awareness Week begins March 13, just as many Americans are greeting the day a bit more bleary-eyed. But how affected you are by the time change and a lost hour of sleep may depend on whether you’re an early riser or a night owl.

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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 Science

Want to sleep better? Lift some weights

Struggling to sleep? Put some muscle into your efforts by adding resistance training, otherwise known as weight training, to your weekly exercise routine.

In fact, resistance training may even beat aerobic exercise in the race for best sleep aid, according to a new preliminary study presented Thursday at the American Heart Association's Epidemiology, Prevention, Lifestyle & Cardiometabolic Health Conference.

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Sleep Hacks

7 tips to limit sleep disruption from daylight saving time

Experts say you should begin preparing now to to limit the disruption that daylight saving time has on your sleep cycle.

When we spring forward on March 13, the lost hour of sleep can disrupt the body’s natural internal rhythms, according to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

The sleepiness and grogginess from that lost sleep can increase car crashes and can even increase cardiovascular events.

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The Weirdest Product at MWC 2022 Is a Bedtime Knockout-Gas Dispenser

EXPECTEDLY, MWC 2022 was a showcase of plenty of phones—even if they didn’t exactly knock our socks off—while laptop and tablet innovations tried their best to keep things exciting. But it isn’t all about your everyday screen-based gadgetry at MWC, as evidenced by this device echoing the sentiment of this year’s show. It aims to send you to sleep … on purpose, in a potentially worrying way.

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Q & A

Our readers are invited to email us with their questions!

Q: Why do I get so hot at night? (Kate C.)

A: Due to your body's natural hormones, your core temperature drops at night time to prepare your body for sleep. This change in body temperature helps you snooze better. It then rises again in the morning, preparing you to wake up. Some people have particular sensitivity to this change, leading them to wake up in sweats during the early hours. This is a common symptom among women and men.

It can be natural to feel hot at night due to natural hormones and bodily changes, but there’s also a chance it might be an underlying symptom. Many medical conditions and diseases can cause night sweats. For women, it could be a sign of perimenopause or menopause; for anyone, it can be caused by certain medications, hormone problems, low blood sugar or neurological problems.


Q: My child falls asleep after school, should I let them sleep? (Kayla J.)

A: Kayla, some children fall asleep after a full day of kindergarten -- their little brains are just so overloaded with the excitement and challenges of the day that they need a break. This may work fine for some children, but others have trouble falling asleep at night after that short (or long) nap.

If this is the case for your child, as tempting as it can be to leave them be, try hard to keep them awake. If they fall asleep in the car where you simply can’t keep them awake, make sure the nap is less than thirty minutes. Plan for a very early bedtime. Some children at this age may need a bedtime as early as 5:30 or 6 pm. Rest assured it won’t last forever. As they grow more accustomed to their busy days at school they will need less sleep, though it can take a few months or more. Make sure to keep the sleeping routine consistent on weekends. As fun as it is to stay up, they need you to keep bedtime consistent so that they can function at their best on weekdays. That means no weekend naps and no late nights, unfortunately. Save your exciting adventures for weekend mornings and plan for restful evenings for your youngster. This will ensure that they are at their best for school and home!

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.

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Newsletter #45, 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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