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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4418 Vineland Avenue, Suite 112

Toluca Lake CA 91602

Snooze or Lose: How Poor Sleep Habits Could Double Your Asthma Risk

Healthy sleep pattern linked to lower risk in adults, large study shows.

A UK Biobank study published in BMJ Open Respiratory Research suggests that poor quality sleep may increase an individual’s genetic susceptibility to asthma, potentially doubling the risk of diagnosis. The study included 455,405 participants aged 38-73, whose sleep patterns and genetic asthma risk scores were analyzed. The results indicated that people with high genetic risk and poor sleep patterns were 122% more likely to be diagnosed with asthma than those with a low genetic risk and a healthy sleep pattern. The researchers suggest that early detection and treatment of sleep disorders could help reduce asthma risks, regardless of genetic predisposition.

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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 News

There's Something Different in The Brains of Teens With Sleep Apnea

Around half of children who have been described as obese can develop what's known as obstructive sleep apnea, a condition that closes the airway intermittently during sleep and reduces the amount of oxygen entering the blood for brief periods.

Hypoxia, where the body and brain are deprived of oxygen, can cause broken sleep, learning, attention and memory issues, and behavioral problems such as hyperactivity.

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Sleep Hacks

I’m a sleep expert — eat this fruit to snooze better and longer

Desperate for some shut-eye?

The answer might be in your kitchen.

Toss the sleepy time tea and cut open a kiwi as a midnight snack — that’s right, experts claim the tiny green fruit could reset your sleep schedule.

The UK furniture retailer Bed Kingdom recommends eating kiwi before bed as an au natural sleep aid, citing past studies that found the fruit to be beneficial to sleep quality and efficiency.

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How to Help Insomnia: 10 Products for a Good Night’s Sleep

If you have insomnia — or difficulty falling asleep — you know there’s nothing worse than lying in your bed after a long day, hoping to drift off to sleep but being kept awake by a restless mind and body.

According to the Cleveland Clinic, sleep disorders, including insomnia, are common, affecting nearly 70 million Americans. Almost half of all adults experience insomnia symptoms, mainly difficulty falling or staying asleep.

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In the end, we only regret the chances we didn’t take, the relationships we were afraid to have, and the decisions we waited too long to make.

– Lewis Carroll

Snore Experts Customer Spotlight

Name: Jerry W.

Age: 54

Years of snoring: 6

Number of snoring products tried: 2

Experience: The oral device created by Snore Experts is light years ahead of the CPAP for me. Thank you Snore Experts!

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Q & A w/ Dr. Greenburg

Our readers are invited to email us with their questions! Click Here

Q: Will getting better sleep really help me lose weight? (Regina F.)

A: Regina, it's true. Sleep does actually support the management and regulation of body fat.

Our circadian rhythm is the natural, internal process that regulates the sleep-wake cycle and it is very closely tied to the quality and length of our sleep.

Sleep sets our metabolic clock which influences how much energy we burn each day, as well as the function of our hormones ghrelin and leptin. These hormones control our feelings of hunger and sense of satiety throughout the day.

You may have noticed that when you are lacking in sleep you feel more hungry and less satisfied than on days when you wake up feeling refreshed and energized.


Q: How do I get back to sleep if I wake up in the middle of the night? (Bill C.)

A: Bill, our sleep cycles go through light sleep, deep sleep and then we come back up to the surface, so it’s very normal to wake up. The advice I give to people is to not look at the clock when they wake up because this can produce some worries about consequences the next day. If people do start to think and to worry, and the body is not in a state of sleepiness, then it’s best to put into place what we call ‘stimulus control’. This is where we don’t want the bed to be associated with being awake and frustrated and so in this case, it’s actually best to get up and go to another room. By making a hot drink or reading, something to take their mind off it, most people will notice that sleepiness comes back when it’s ready.

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.

Have a difficult patient?

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.

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