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If you want to lose weight, make sure you get enough sleep!
When it comes to weight loss, the first thing that pops into our head is dieting and exercising. However, research shows there’s another, crucial, component - good-quality sleep.
Scientists have come to the conclusion that insufficient sleep stimulates appetite, which leads to poor nutrition and consequently to weight gain.
The results of the study revealed that the individuals who did not get enough sleep for 5 days in a row began to behave similarly to a person under the influence of alcohol - unable to make clear decisions and craving fatty food, especially carbohydrates. These individuals gained, on average, a kilogram in 5 days.
Research has shown that the individuals that didn’t get enough sleep for 14 days and consumed the same number of calories, reduces their fat burning rate by 55%.
Sleep is food for the brain. Most adults need between 7 and 9 hours of sleep each night.