Causes of Snoring explained by Dr. Jonathan Greenburg, inventor of ZYPPAH.

Why do not individuals Snore throughout the day?

This concern was asked by among Dr. Greenburg's patients who was informed the primary cause for snoring was a nasal blockage. It didn't make good sense. If that held true, then people would snore during the day an not simply during the night. It is widely understood and accepted that snoring takes place while you are sleeping. Nevertheless, a number of the options provided for snoring do not explain why individuals snore. In order to efficiently deal with snoring one should understand the root cause of snoring. Comprehending the answer to this concerns offers great insight to the cause of snoring and verifies ZYPPAH as the most efficient treatment.

The transcript of the video has actually been offered listed below

Hi. I'm Dr. Jonathan Greenburg. I'm the Director of Sleep Apnea and Snoring at the five Snore No More places, and in fact I just came on board with another eleven places with a big medical group which brings us to sixteen. I have actually been practicing dentistry for the last 30 years, however for the last 10 years I have actually entirely focused on the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea. Exactly what I want to talk about a little bit is simply some simple education. Due to the fact that there's lot of false information and misinterpreting out there. Snoring is simply the partial obstruction of the airway that we breathe through. Sleep apnea is a total obstruction of the respiratory tract. And it's all about having a big tongue in a small mouth.

For example, if you have a size 12 foot, and you trying to put it into a size eight shoe. It does not go in all the method, does it? And where's the rest of the foot hanging? Out the back. So the exact same thing goes with the mouth. If you have a size 12 tongue in a size 8 mouth, your teeth are in the front and the sides. So, where's that tongue going to go? Boom! It's going to in the back.

Consider it. It's why when you're on your back, that's when you snore one of the most. Well, gravity is pressing that On in reverse, that's why the tongue is going to fall back more than when you're on your side or your stomach. You can still snore in your corner or your stomach but its constantly even worse on your back, and that's why you're elbowed by your spouse. "Roll over." And everyone can associate with that. Now part of the problem of the tongue is a muscle. Well, what occurs to our muscle tone as we get older? We lose muscle tone. sadly, we do. As we age, my stomach, I used to have excellent abs. Not any longer. So as we grow older, and our tongue is a muscle. So as our muscle, our tongue, begins to fall back more, and more, and more, it becomes more dead weight and gravity simply pushes it back even more snoring worsens.

Now the most convenient way to comprehend snoring is think of a garden pipe. If you're out cleaning the driveway when we use to wash the driveway, and you do not have enough water pressure and it's already shown up, what do we do? We put our thumb over completion. By putting our thumb over The end of the pipe, exactly what happens? Well, it was going a foot, now it goes 8 feet. Something called Bernoulli's principle. We close the size, we considerably increase the speed the force and the pressure, and not geometrically what we call significantly. That's why you go from a foot not to 2 feet but to eight feet.

Now the same thing happens in your throat. Picture a tongue. It's falling back even more, closing this air method here. And the more it closes, we produce a wind tunnel result. We accelerate that air. So closing the airway down, we accelerate the speed, the force, and the pressure of the air, it produces turbulence. Exactly what else does that? an airplane engine. Why does and plane engine make a lot sound? Due to the fact that the air speed goes in one speed, and it goes out accelerated significantly more. The difference is, your mouth closed area, so the sound and the turbulence is amplified that much more, which is also why, you're snoring, as your mouth drops dries out since it's windy. A towel dries out on a windy day quicker than it does on a non-windy day. So your mouth dries night, the more it dries, the more surface area friction, the more turbulence, the snoring worsens as the night goes on.

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Causes of Snoring explained by Dr. Jonathan Greenburg, inventor of ZYPPAH.

http://www.Zyppah.com Why don't people Snore during the day?

This question was asked by one of Dr. Greenburg's patients who was told the primary cause for snoring was a nasal blockage. It didn't make sense. If that were the case, then people would snore during the day an not just at night. It is widely known and accepted that snoring occurs while you are sleeping. However, many of the solutions offered for snoring do not explain why people snore. In order to effectively treat snoring one must know the root cause of snoring. Understanding the answer to this questions provides great insight to the cause of snoring and validates ZYPPAH as the most effective treatment.

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The transcript of the video has been provided below


Hi. I'm Dr. Jonathan Greenburg. I'm the Director of Sleep Apnea and Snoring at the five Snore No More locations, and actually I just came on board with another eleven locations with a large medical group which brings us to sixteen. I've been practicing dentistry for the last 30 years, but for the last 10 years I've completely focused on the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea. What I want to talk about a little bit is just some simple education. Because there's lot of misinformation and misunderstanding out there. Snoring is simply the partial blockage of the airway that we breathe through. Sleep apnea is a complete blockage of the airway. And it's all about having a big tongue in a small mouth.

For instance, if you have a size 12 foot, and you trying to put it into a size eight shoe. It doesn't go in all the way, does it? And where's the rest of the foot hanging? Out the back. So the same thing goes with the mouth. If you have a size 12 tongue in a size 8 mouth, your teeth are in the front and the sides. So, where's that tongue going to go? Boom! It's going to in the back.

Think about it. It's why when you're on your back, that's when you snore the most. Well, gravity is pushing that On backwards, that's why the tongue is going to fall back more than when you're on your side or your stomach. You can still snore on your side or your stomach but its always worse on your back, and that's why you're elbowed by your spouse. "Roll over." And everybody can relate to that. Now part of the problem of the tongue is a muscle. Well, what happens to our muscle tone as we get older? We lose muscle tone. unfortunately, we do. As we get older, my stomach, I used to have great abs. Not anymore. So as we get older, and our tongue is a muscle. So as our muscle, our tongue, starts to fall back more, and more, and more, it becomes more dead weight and gravity just pushes it back further snoring gets worse.

Now the easiest way to understand snoring is think of a garden hose. If you're out washing the driveway when we use to wash the driveway, and you don't have enough water pressure and it's already turned up, what do we do? We put our thumb over the end. By putting our thumb over The end of the hose, what happens? Well, it was going a foot, now it goes eight feet. Something called Bernoulli's principle. We close the diameter, we dramatically increase the speed the force and the pressure, and not geometrically what we call exponentially. That's why you go from a foot not to two feet but to eight feet.

Now the same thing happens in your throat. Imagine a tongue. It's falling back further, closing this air way here. And the more it closes, we create a wind tunnel effect. We accelerate that air. So closing the airway down, we accelerate the speed, the force, and the pressure of the air, it creates turbulence. What else does that? an airplane engine. Why does and airplane engine make so much noise? Because the air speed goes in one speed, and it goes out accelerated tremendously more. The difference is, your mouth closed area, so the noise and the turbulence is magnified that much more, which is also why, you're snoring, as your mouth drops dries out because it's windy. A towel dries out on a windy day quicker than it does on a non-windy day. So your mouth dries out night, the more it dries out, the more surface friction, the more turbulence, the snoring gets worse as the night goes on.

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