The link between sleep, gaining weight and weight loss explained
Recent studies have suggested an association between how much sleep you get and how heavy you are. It seems that sleeping less than five — or more than nine hours — a night is likely to increase the size of your waist line.
This is a fascinating video by Michael Lucia, M.D. that discusses and explains what lack of sleep can do to your health, how it can scupper your weight-loss program and its connection to insulin resistance; the cause of type 2 diabetes.
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