According to the study, 15 minutes of sleep can lead to weight gain


It is impossible to overestimate the value of a good night's sleep. Living comfortably is linked’ to better health, a clearer mind, and a longer life. But even more important is to make sure you get enough shots than you already know. According to a recent study, just 15 minutes of sleep deprivation can lead to weight gain. 


According to the study, 15 minutes of sleep can lead to weight gain


The new study, published in Comprehensive Internal Medicine, compiled data from 120,000 people using smartphone-linked sleep tracker apps. Watches and fitness trackers for two years, CNN reports. The study found that people with a Body Mass Index (BMIs) above 30 were considered’ obese by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - an average of 15 minutes compared to just those. Sleep less with a healthy BMI.

The authors write that "these findings further support the idea that sleep patterns are related to weight management and overall health." The authors wrote. Several previous studies have examined the relationship between sleep loss and weight gain. According to a 2014 USA Today report, previous research has shown that lack of rest can lead to an increase in appetite hormone levels, as well as a decrease in the whole pin hormone leptin. Sleep has also increased the average daily calorie intake by 300 calories.

Want to make sure you're getting your 40 wins? Doctors recommend spending at least seven hours per night, but since no two people share the same amount of sleep, this may be much easier to do. Therefore, experts recommend sticking to a set bedtime, avoiding caffeine or stimulants in the afternoon, exposing to natural light, and incorporating at least 30 minutes of exercise into your daily routine. Do And for more information on how to get the most out of your sleep, if you want to sleep, never keep it in your body, read the original article on Best Life.

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