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Getting a bad night's sleep could be increasing some people's likelihood of becoming obese - Medical Xpress

According to a study led by the University of Glasgow, and published today in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN), abnormal sleeping habits increase the risk of obesity for those who are genetically predisposed to being overweight. The ...and more »

'Abnormal' sleep linked to obesity risk - BBC News

Sleeping too much or too little can increase the likelihood of becoming obese, researchers have discovered. The study found abnormal sleeping patterns increased the risk of being overweight for those genetically predisposed to obesity. The effect was ...and more »

How sleeping for too long is bad for weight gain - 9Coach (blog)

Scientist say that when it comes to sleep, there's something of a "Goldilocks zone" for many hours you should get – not too little, not too much, but just the right amount. We all know that sleeping too little makes you irritable, more likely to die in ...and more »

Too MUCH sleep as well as lack of shut eye could 'increase chance of putting on weight' - Express.co.uk

Sleeping less than seven hours or more than nine hours a night increases the risk of obesity for those who are genetically predisposed to being overweight, according to the study led by Glasgow University. The findings, based on figures from the UK ...and more »