The young generation knows too well that staying up late is fun, but the old generation has been advising the young people to sleep for more hours. However, the advice does not only come from their parents and guardians, but also from medical experts . Getting enough sleep does not only improve one’s physical appearance, but also has a great impact on individual health. Experts say that most adults should get at list 7 to 9 hours of sleep to stay healthy. Young people can easily ignore the advice from their family members, as well as medical experts, but not getting sufficient sleep has some consequences. What’s more, lack of sleep doesn’t just affect younger people, but working adults as well.
Symptoms of inadequate Sleep
• Dull Complexion: the skin receives the flow of blood during sleep, and if the skin does not receive adequate blood it appears to be dark.
• Hair loss: medical experts say that the flow of blood decreases with the decrease of the flow of blood causing the hair follicles week yet getting less nutrients which led to its loss.
• Wrinkles: collagen is the protein that helps the skin be more elastic, and with less sleep the protein cannot be produced.
• Puffy Eyes: eyes can reveal a lack of sleep and it begins with the puffiness around the soft tissues.
Dr. Avi Weisfogel is known and can well be described as a sleep disorder specialist, though his roots are in dentistry. Dr. Weisfogel is a dental expert by profession and he has practiced for more 15 years. Weisfogel established his dental practice in 1999, known as Old Bridge Dental Care. Weisfogel had a passion to know about sleeping disorder and he even went ahead to study and explore about it. The dental doctor also wanted to assist other physicians as well as dentist to give therapy to their patients who suffered from sleep disorder.
Dr. Avi Weisfogel created Healthy Heart Sleep an organization, which works with other medical experts across the world to help patients with sleep disorders by treating them and managing the condition as well. Dr. Weisfogel is a graduate from Rutgers University where he earned his BA in Psychology and Biology as well as a DDS from New York University College of Dentistry.