At Julie Zweig MD, we work closely with each patient to provide individualized treatment plans to meet each patient’s unique health, cosmetic, and wellness needs. Making it possible is owner Dr. Julie Zweig, a leading, board-certified Ear Nose and Throat and Sleep Medicine physician. She has served the greater Atlanta area for over twenty years, specifically in Sandy Springs, Alpharetta, Dunwoody, Johns Creek, Peachtree Corners, Roswell, and Suwanee.  The Integrative Sleep & ENT practice provides traditional care through an integrative and functional medicine lens. Patients come to Sleep and ENT with a variety of health concerns including insomnia, sleep apnea, nasal congestion, allergies, and much more.  Z Wellness provides customized comprehensive wellness programs to address the root cause of your health concerns. During one-on-one consultations, we gain deep insight into patients’ health concerns and work closely with them on treatment plans. Traditional medicine is valuable and often serves patients well. However, too often traditional providers focus just on the treatment of symptoms rather than looking at the root cause of the problem. At Julie Zweig, MD we value the benefits of a more functional and holistic healthcare approach to healthcare. We focus not only on the treatment of symptoms, but rather on the intimate connections among emotional, physical, and mental health. We know that each of us is so much more than our symptoms or conditions. Our health and wellness are a reflection of unique and complex environmental, genetic, and lifestyle factors.

We want to help you achieve healthy sleep.

Do you wake up feeling tired? Perhaps you struggle to fall asleep. Or maybe you are concerned about sleep apnea. We can help you with these and many other sleep-related concerns using a holistic approach.

Take the first step today by scheduling a FREE Catch Some Z’s Strategy Call. Click the link below to contact us and get started.


Sleep and Snoring

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It’s true that a good night’s sleep is necessary for optimal health and well-being. Likewise, sleep issues can lead to further health risks. Learn more about common sleep issues and their treatment.

Sinus and Allergies

Sinus problems and allergies can range from being a nuisance to a dangerous concern. Whatever your symptoms, sinus and allergies greatly interfere with our daily lives. Learn more about common symptoms, diagnostics, and treatment.


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Our ability to hear is one of our major senses. Yet we don’t realize how important it’s until we don’t have it. The good news is there is hope for people with hearing loss.


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Conventional medicine assumes that the aging process is a natural phenomenon, and therefore, unpreventable and unalterable. However, fifty years of research shows that we can prevent some of the aging processes, or at least we can certainly slow it down. One of the most important preventative therapies is hormone supplementation.


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When you partake in one of the wellness programs we dive deep and explore your current problem areas and health history, and then create custom health plans to achieve long-term relief and vitality. Our wellness programs pay particular attention to your sleep patterns which influence everything from hormones to heart health.



Your body sees allergens as foreign invaders, and your body works hard to fight them off. This ongoing battle can drain your body's resources, leaving you feeling fatigued or with a commonly experienced "brain fog." Additionally, allergy-related fatigue may be due to...


Sleep hygiene, healthy sleep habits, is an important aspect of improving the quantity and quality of your sleep. One part of good sleep hygiene is setting up your sleeping space to be as peaceful and irritant-free as possible. As a bonus, some ways to set up your...


Can allergies cause ear pain? The short answer is yes. As our sinuses react to irritants, they can become swollen, and fluid may build up. Because our ear canals are connected to our sinuses, swelling in the sinuses can lead to increased pressure and pain in our ears....