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Saturday, November 24, 2012

Partial Sleep Deprivation Associated With Obesity

Weight loss drug.
Understanding the link between partial sleep deprivation and energy imbalance may help a person prevent weight gain and even lose weight.

This finding, published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, came from a comprehensive analysis of research published over a 15-year period.

Over 35% of individuals in the United States are struggling with obesity and over 28% are getting insufficient sleep, less than 6 hours each night.

A previous study in the British Medical Journal indicated that young kids who do not get sufficient sleep have a significantly higher chance of becoming overweight. Another report, presented at SLEEP, suggested that adolescent obesity is linked to having less sleep, potentially due to higher caffeine intake or more hours of technology use.

In order to lose weight, people alter their lifestyles to focus more on nutrition and exercise. However, changes in a person's daily schedule, such as sleep behaviors, can also help control weight.

Sleep matters not.

Calories matter all.

Sleep as much or as little as you want.

Just do not overconsume Calories.

That will fix/prevent overweight/obesity.

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