Updated: Oct 30, 2020
When people think fat loss progress and results, what do you think they think about?
What should I eat? Cut carbs? What's the right or wrong type of fats? How much exercise?
What about quality of sleep????
Getting enough sleep won’t just invigorate you; it could also help control how much you eat. A lack of sleep is linked to overeating—especially the over consumption of junk food—which can lead to weight gain
Two hormones that help regulate hunger—ghrelin and leptin—are affected by sleep: Ghrelin stimulates appetite, while leptin decreases it. When the body is sleep-deprived, the level of ghrelin spikes, while the level of leptin falls, leading to an increase in hunger.