People who do not get enough sleep at night are more likely to overeat during the day, scientists have found.
British researchers discovered sleep deprivation can be linked to taking on an extra 385 calories a day – enough to pile on the pounds – as people ate more fatty food and protein.
Even though they spent more time awake, they did no more physical activity than people who had a full night’s sleep and so did not burn up any more calories Read more
Friday, November 4, 2016
Lack of Sleep Can Make You Fat
A study reveals how lack of sleep leaves us wanting to eat more throughout the day.