Sleep Disorder Expert, Avi Weisfogel

Most people overlook the importance of sleep in their lives. Due to busy schedules, people rely on coffee to keep going for longer. This behavior is wrong and misguided. Lack of sleep can negatively affect the body in various ways. People who don’t get enough sleep show some marked differences in health and appearance. Sleep deprived people also have blood-shot and puffy eyes. Just like aging, sleep deprivation can lead to wrinkles on the face. People are advised to allow their bodies enough rest preferably eight hours of sleep every night. This gives the body enough time to recover and prepare for the next day’s activities.

Sleep Apnea 

Usually, sleep apnea is portrayed by breathing pauses when someone is asleep. If someone has sleep apnea, they may realize it when they wake up choking. Sleep apnea should be cured immediately because it makes things it difficult for people to experience rejuvenating sleep. Moreover, sleep apnea may cause mood swings. Medical professionals have the knowledge and skills to help deal with sleep apnea.

About Avi Weisfogel

Avi Weisfogel has a lot of knowledge about sleep disorders and treatments. In 1999, Avi Weisfogel established Old Dental Care to help patients with their dental issues. After establishing his dental practice, he started learning more about sleep and explored more about how physicians and dentists come to the aid of patients suffering from sleep disorders. After gathering enough information, Avi Weisfogel decided to start Healthy Heart Sleep. He collaborated with physicians and taught them how to establish and manage sleep labs.

Avi Weisfogel later founded Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient in 2012. The aim of this organization was to teach dentists ways of serving sleep patients better. After two years, Dental Sleep Masters was born. Avi Weisfogel wanted to help dentists learn more about sleep and how oral appliances could be used to treat sleep disorders.

Avi Weisfogel has a rich educational background. He studied at Rutgers University where he obtained his BA in psychology and biology. He later enrolled at the New York University College for his Dentistry degree. Sleep apnea is where Dr. Avi draws his knowledge and uses the information to teach other dentists how they can identify potential patients and treat them.