A recent study was done by the University of Arizona Health Science sleep researchers about sleep loss and its effects on weight gain. The sleep and weight loss study found that not getting enough sleep resulted to junk food cravings, nighttime snacking, obesity, and diabetes.
If you’re having a hard time losing weight, consider your sleeping patterns. Are you getting the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep every day? Even with effective diet pills, losing weight will become an uphill battle that keeps on getting steeper as time goes by.
Here’s what happens to you and your body when you’re sleep deprived. Continue reading “Why Sleep and Weight Loss Go Hand in Hand Plus Sleeping Tips”