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Address: 262 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024
Tel: (866) 835-2361
http://www.nycsnoringsleepapneacenter.com
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About eOs Sleep

Eos Sleep is New York City’s leading sleep clinic for sleep study, diagnosis and treatment of snoring. Conveniently located in New York City, it is a full-service sleep clinic certified by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). The sleep study center was founded by snoring specialist David O. Volpi, M.D., P.C., F.A.C.S. who has had a private Ear, Nose and Throat practice in New York City for more than twenty years. As an otolaryngology surgeon, he realized that there is a lack of information on the part of the public about the potential severity of snoring. That combined with the inherent embarrassment of snoring can cause people throughout New York to hesitate seeking the treatment they need. He founded Eos Sleep to be a total resource for diagnosis of the many physical causes of snoring, and to provide patients with the full range of treatment available today. Together with the expertise of snoring specialists, Eric J. Cohen, M.D., the center provides snoring sufferers with successful resolution to their snoring issues. If an over-night sleep study is necessary, David Volpi, M.D. is also the co-founder and medical director of Eos Sleep Diagnostics, an AASM-accredited, state-of-the-art sleep lab in Manhattan. With a spa-like setting similar to a luxury hotel, the sleep study facility provides the highest quality procedures and service available in sleep medicine today. When a home sleep study is appropriate, the Manhattan Snoring and Sleep Center is one of the first in New York to offer this more convenient option. Patients throughout New York City have turned to Eos Sleep for the successful resolution of their snoring issues. Don’t lose another night of sleep. If snoring is impacting your life, there is treatment available.

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Otolaryngologist Associates of New York

09/22/2011

Otolaryngologist Associates of New York specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of otolaryngology illnesses, injuries and disorders of the ears, nose and throat. Read more


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Announcing: REM Sleep, Manhattan Snoring & Sleep Center's Affiliated Sleep Center

09/22/2011

Announcing: REM Sleep, Manhattan Snoring & Sleep Center's Affiliated Sleep Center Read more


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Snoring Treatment New York City

09/22/2011

When It’s Time for Snoring Treatment, New Yorkers Turn to the Manhattan Snoring and Sleep Center Read more



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Dimming Smartphone Brightness Can Help Sleep Better

06/21/2013

Dimming Smartphone Brightness Can Help Sleep Better Read more


Work in an Office? Daylight Improves Sleep, Activity and Quality of Life from eOs Sleep thumbnail

Work in an Office? Daylight Improves Sleep, Activity and Quality of Life

06/21/2013

Work in an Office? Daylight Improves Sleep, Activity and Quality of Life Read more


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Sleep Better — Get Smart about Your Smartphone

06/19/2013

Sleep Better — Get Smart about Your Smartphone Read more


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Children with Sleep Apnea More Likely to Have Behavioral and Learning Problems

04/12/2013

Children with Sleep Apnea More Likely to Have Behavioral and Learning Problems Read more


Sleep apnea causes systemic inflammation: CPAP can help

04/11/2013

Sleep apnea causes systemic inflammation: CPAP can help Read more


Sleep Improves Children’s Ability to Absorb Information and Learn

03/12/2013

Sleep Improves Children’s Ability to Absorb Information and Learn Read more


A Good Night’s Sleep Can Be a Matter of Life and Death

03/04/2013

A Good Night’s Sleep Can Be a Matter of Life and Death Read more


New Study Shows Snoring a Top Predictor of Heart Attacks and Stroke from eOs Sleep thumbnail

New Study Shows Snoring a Top Predictor of Heart Attacks and Stroke

02/12/2013

New Study Shows Snoring a Top Predictor of Heart Attacks and Stroke Read more


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New Review Updates Effects of Alcohol on Sleep

02/12/2013

New Review Updates Effects of Alcohol on Sleep Read more


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Sleep Disorders Costing Businesses Billions Worldwide

01/11/2013

Sleep Disorders Costing Businesses Billions Worldwide Read more


Women with Sleep Apnea Show Higher Brain Damage, Anxiety than Men

01/10/2013

Women with Sleep Apnea Show Higher Brain Damage, Anxiety than Men Read more


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Get More Sleep to Feel Less Pain, Says New Study

12/12/2012

Chalk another one up for the benefits of sleep. Researchers at the Sleep Disorders and Research Center at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit found that getting more sleep improves daytime alertness a… Read more


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This Holiday, Give Yourself the Gift of Sleep!

12/12/2012

The holidays are one of the busiest times of the year. If your schedule is packed with shopping, parties, family gatherings, and travel, don’t forget one of the most important factors to having a goo… Read more


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What Bees Can Teach Us about Poor Sleep and Memory

11/14/2012

What can bees teach us about the effect of sleep on memory and relearning? New research by Randolf Menzel of the Institute of Biology in Berlin, Germany explains. Read more


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Sleep, Hunger and Weight Gain: New Study Uncovers the Link

11/14/2012

The results of a new study from St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital and Columbia University in New York begin to explain the relationship between sleep disorders and weight gain. Read more


Veterans with Sleep Apnea: A Growing Human Issue

11/09/2012

Whether or not you personally know someone who has served in Iraq, Afghanistan or someplace else on foreign soil, our returning veterans deserve our help and attention. Read more


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Diagnosis and Treatment of Sleep Apnea Crucial to Stroke Prevention

10/16/2012

In early October, the Canadian Stroke Congress updated their stroke care guidelines to state that proper diagnosis and screening of sleep apnea is critical to stroke prevention. Read more


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Adolescents, Poor Sleep and the Toll on Their Health

10/15/2012

Parents: Do your adolescent children get good quality sleep? If not, it could lead to a host of medical issues, including weight gain, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease later in life. Read more


Women, Wake Up: Sleep Apnea is Not Just a Male Disorder

10/02/2012

Earlier this year, a particularly alarming statistic came out of Valme University Hospital in Seville, Spain, where researchers found that women with untreated severe OSA are three and a half times m… Read more


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Studies Mount Linking Sleep Apnea to Cancer Risk

09/20/2012

There is mounting scientific evidence that severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may be linked to a higher risk of dying from cancer. The results of three recent studies in Spain were presented in ear… Read more


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Do Irregular Sleep and Meal Schedules Cause Weight Gain?

09/20/2012

Even if you eat healthy food and exercise regularly, your irregular sleep and meal schedules may be preventing you from losing weight, according to a research paper published in the new issue of the … Read more


Less Than Six Hours Sleep/Night Increases Strokes

08/13/2012

Lack of sleep and an increase in strokes. According to new research, the two conditions are very connected, even in otherwise healthy adults. Read more


Heavy Technology Use linked to Fatigue, Stress and Depression in Young Adults

08/06/2012

Is your computer and cell phone making you tired, stressed and depressed? A new study shows the link between technology use and sleep disorders, stress and depression. Read more


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Lack of Sleep is Stressing Us Out, New Study Says

07/18/2012

Stress in our life is not only caused by what we do and our busy schedules — stress is also caused by what we don’t do, namely, not get enough sleep. Read more


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Frequently Asked Questions About Sleep Apnea

07/18/2012

Many people experience some occasional difficulty sleeping and/or daytime fatigue. Read more


“Social Jetlag” Contributing to Global Weight Gain

07/10/2012

“Social Jetlag” Contributing to Global Weight Gain Read more


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How to Stay Cool and Sleep Well on Hot Summer Nights

06/15/2012

Summer is here — when the days are filled with activity and the nights are … hot and sticky. Here are some warm weather sleep tips to help you sleep well through the summer, and enjoy a deep, restora… Read more


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Ready to Treat Your Sleep Apnea? You Have Options

06/15/2012

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and was told by a doctor to seek treatment for the condition, there are therapy options out there. Here are a few non-… Read more


Is Excessive Daytime Sleepiness the Cause of Learning and Behavior Problems in Children?

05/24/2012

On May 1, the results of a study by Penn State researchers was published showing that children who have learning, attention and/or behavior problems may be suffering from a condition known as excessi… Read more


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Is Alcohol Helping You Sleep? Not According to Research

05/24/2012

It is not uncommon for adults all over the world to enjoy a few glasses of wine or other libation at the end of the day, but if you’re drinking at night to help you sleep, you may be surprised to lea… Read more


Another Reason: Oxygen Depletion from OSA Linked to Higher Rate of Cancer

05/24/2012

Every month, I take time to write these blogs to help educate people about the negative health effects associated with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and the importance of getting it properly diagnos… Read more


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FAA Passes Rule to Avoid Pilot Sleepiness

01/23/2012

FAA Passes Rule to Avoid Pilot SleepinessIn December, the Federal Aviation Administration passed a ruling that will require commercial passenger airlines to limit the amount of time that pilots are a… Read more


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New Study: Those Who Exercise Sleep Better and Feel More Rested

01/23/2012

A new study out of Oregon State University suggests that regular physical exercise may encourage better sleep and less daytime fatigue. Read more


New Study Uncovers the Beliefs Behind Behavior of Poor Sleepers

01/16/2012

I do my best to stay up (no pun intended) on the latest research and findings regarding sleep-related disorders and their treatments. New results out of Ryerson University in Toronto don’t surprise m… Read more


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Is Your Biological Clock Ticking Out of Time?

10/26/2011

Is Your Biological Clock Ticking Out of Time?What time do you naturally like to go to bed or wake up? Do you feel that you're at your best when you go to bed late and sleep until noon? Read more


Say It Isn’t So! Lack of Sleep Leads to Lack of Sex

10/26/2011

Say It Isn’t So! Lack of Sleep Leads to Lack of SexOn October 13, Dr. David Volpi was interviewed on ABC’s Eyewitness News. According to a new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine last month, it w… Read more


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Women with Sleep Apnea at Risk for Dementia

09/22/2011

Older women who have sleep apnea have an 85% greater risk of developing dementia than those without it, according to a study announced in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) this m… Read more


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This Fall, Get Ready to Sneeze

09/22/2011

Manhattan Snoring and Sleep Center, and our affiliated ENT practice, Otolaryngology Associates are already seeing a surge in patients coming in with Fall allergies, and a long season is expected. Read more



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