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Poor Sleep Can Lead to Overeating the Next Day

Poor Sleep

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  • Limited sleep (typically about four hours a night) caused people to eat more than they did after a full night’s rest
  • On average, participants ate 385 extra calories following the poor night’s sleep, including more fat and less protein
  • Sleep deprivation may also increase your desire to seek out food as a reward

By Dr. Mercola

After waking up from a night of poor sleep, have you ever felt like you wanted to eat everything in sight? It’s not your imagination; sleep quality has been shown time and again to play a major role in what you eat the next day.


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