11.21.2016

Dr. Terrence Keaney talks sleep and beauty

It's no secret that sleep has a huge impact on the way you look.  There's a reason they call it 'beauty sleep'.  But many of us don't live that way.  

We're constantly aware of how eating impacts our looks - we'll think about each bite and whether it's worth the hit to our waistlines.  And we're constantly thinking about exercise and appearance too - we'll spend hours on a treadmill to achieve the perfect look.  But of the three pillars of health - sleeping, eating, and exercising - the way you sleep might have the biggest impact on the way you look.

We sat down with Dr. Terrence Keaney, the renowned dermatologist, to get the inside perspective on what your bedtime activities are doing to your face and body.  



Name:
Dr. Terrence Keaney, MD, FAAD

Background:
As Clinical Professor of Dermatology at GW Hospital in DC, Dr. Keaney is at the forefront of cosmetic dermatology, doing research into how our health impacts the way we look, and serving patients in the DC areas will a range of dermatological and cosmetological issues.  

What are some things that people don't know about how sleep impacts health?
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What's the actual science behind this?  What causes bags under your eyes?  Why do you look worse when you're hungover or dehydrated or tired?  
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Are your patients typically aware of the importance of sleep for looking good?
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What are some things we can do to look better?
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What do you do to look better when you're tired?
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