Ask Doctor Park 5/10/23


  • Dopamine’s role in obstructive sleep apnea
  • Recommendation for an over-the-counter affordable nighttime mouthguard that’s not bulky and keeps the lips closed.
  • If a person has obstructive sleep apnea, and loses excess weight and exercises, can the person get to where they no longer need a CPAP machine? 
  • What else contributes to OSA?
  • Inflammation and obstructive sleep apnea 
  • My thoughts about lesser invasive modified palate operations
  • Poly-vagal hypothesis and autonomic nervous system.
  • Insulin resistance and pre-diabetes/obesity.
  • Situations when a sleep study can be skipped if you lose a lot of weight
  • Role of the nose in UARS
  • Can nasal surgery be combined with palate surgery?
  • Inspire tongue nerve stimulation procedure
  • Solutions for dry mouth while on CPAP
  • My personal routine for good sleep and health
  • Slim and comfortable mandibular advancement device options
  • What maneuvers do you perform during drug-induced sleep endoscopy?
  • What causes relapses after soft palate surgery
  • With weight loss, do you need to do any further surgery for the tongue?
  • What I eat to stay thin and healthy
  • Rockefeller and how he took control of Western medicine
  • Catathrenia – moaning and groaning during sleep
  • Obstructive sleep apnea vs. central sleep apnea
  • Definition of surgical success for obstructive sleep apnea
  • Flawed US dietary guidelines and how they lead to the current obesity and chronic illness epidemic

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