Keys to a happier, healthier, more productive life By Craig Schwimmer, MD

May 16, 2013

Because snoring and sleep apnea are often associated with weight gain, one of the things I find myself talking with patients about is the need to exercise. So many adults lead sedentary lives and regular exercise is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. But, as this article points out, regular exercise doesn’t have to [...]

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The Magic Formula for Weight Loss By Craig Schwimmer, MD

April 11, 2013

This is a very interesting perspective on the comparative effect of diet versus aggressive surgical management. Seems like there really is a magic formula for weight loss: diet, exercise, and sleep!

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Sleep Disorders that can cause Violent Behavior in Sleep! By Paul Fulmer, MD

December 7, 2012

Are you sleeping with a “Wild Man?”  No really!  Does your partner tend to have erratic movements while sleeping?  There is a sleep disorder called, Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep Behavior Disorder, which is characterized by people acting out their dreams while in REM sleep.  They can be mild, such as twitches and small leg [...]

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Your sleep hygiene questions answered By Craig Schwimmer, MD

November 16, 2012

American Academy of Sleep Medicine  |  Nov 07, 2012 You may or may not have heard of sleep hygiene. It’s something that has a major impact on your sleep, even if you don’t know what it is. Dr. Craig Schwimmer of The Snoring Center helps clear up some misconceptions about sleep hygiene by answering some [...]

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The Snoring Center’s own, Dr. Paul Fulmer, featured in The Houston Business Journal

August 7, 2012

“More Clear Sailing Ahead” By Mary Ann Azevedo (August 2012) Houston physician Paul Fulmer has a sure-fire annual cure for the daily grind: skimming the turquoise waters of the Virgin Islands in a Catamaran Dr. Paul Fulmer has been an ear, nose and throat doctor for nearly two decades.  He recently joined The Snoring Center [...]

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Daylight Saving By Victoria S. Brkovich, MD

March 9, 2012

            Daylight Saving- Great Time to Reset Your Sleep Habits It’s that time again.  I know it feels as if we just turned our clocks back by one hour, how could we possibly be springing ahead so soon?  Well, that sense of Daylight Savings Time (DST) sneaking up on you [...]

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Your Better Sleep Tip of the Week: Bedtime Rituals Are Good

February 15, 2010
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Bedtime rituals are no less helpful for adults than they are for kids. When you were little, the “bath, story, kiss, goodnight” routine helped you transition to sleep. Now, as an adult, try one of these calming routines: a warm bath, deep breathing, light reading. Creating a calming bedtime habit can work wonders for your [...]

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