Answers to Your Over-Eating & Sleep Deprivation

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Sleep and Diet Go Hand in Hand: Answers to Your Over-Eating Sleep Deprivation Do you know that inadequate sleep can make you fat Yes having not enough sleep can be making you gain weight. Basically it starts out innocently enough to trick you. When you feel sleep deprived you feel low on energy and this feeling will automatically lead you to grab a bag of potato chips or other comfort foods and drinks. The instant result is that you may be able to fight off sleepiness but the unwanted pounds find its way to your hips waist and most importantly stomach. Unwanted weight gain paired with no exercise regime set the stage for obesity and more sleep loss. There are a few studies conducted on biological mechanism conducted on human body explain why not having a proper sleep can make you fat or even disrupt your

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diet. No matter even if you have the best selling mattress in India at home if you follow an unhealthy diet you will at some point feel insomniac. It has been found that improper sleep leads to a decrease in your body39s ability to properly respond to the insulin flow of your body. Insulin begins to decrease its release. When you are not responsive to insulin the fat cells will not produce fatty acids and it will keep your blood glucose higher. So if you notice your belly is getting bigger then it’s not your kitchen that is playing the culprit but also your bedroom that is contributing to your fat. Researchers have confirmed that poor sleep can be linked to weight gain for years. A study has also suggested that people who do not sleep enough tend to eat on an average 385 kcal more than usual. This diet will involve a significantly less protein and more fat. The offender here is a change in appetite-regulating hormones which is disrupted due to sleep deprivation. This hormone then signals feelings of hunger increases overeating. You will also notice a significant change in your food habits. You will observe that staying awake late in the night will also result in late-eating habits that will prevent the body from drifting off to sleep the next night. This will perpetuate the cycles of sleep deprivation and will ultimately lead to an unhealthy lifestyle. It is not always the sleep deprivation that is affecting your food habit. Sometimes if your body is lacking certain vitamins and nourishment and if you instead of consuming green leafy vegetables and fruits tend to opt for high caloric junk food then this will too affect your sleep. Basically after a period you will find difficulty in sleeping. For more information visit - eating-and-sleep-deprivation ------------------------------------------------------------- CONNECT WITH US 3/19 Selamparayampalayam Erukkalan thottam Chennappachettipudur Coimbatore Tamil Nadu Toll-free: 1800 102 2268 Email:

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