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How Not Getting Enough Sleep Makes You Gain Weight - ATTN:

Lack of sleep can interfere with your focus and energy, but there's another place insomnia can hit you where it hurts: your waistline. exposed midriff LaVladina/Flickr - flic.kr · A new study, led by Gregory D. M. Potter and published in PLOS ONE ...and more »

Your Sleep Habits Could Be Why You're Packing on Pounds - Health.com

Weight gain might have more to do with how few hours you sleep rather than how much junk food you eat, a new study suggests. Health.com. July 31, 2017. People who don't get the recommended amount of sleep each night are more likely to be overweight and ...and more »

Insufficient sleep may be adding to your waistline - Science Daily

Date: July 31, 2017; Source: University of Leeds; Summary: Adults in the UK who have poor sleep patterns are more likely to be overweight and obese and have poorer metabolic health, according to a new study. Share: FULL STORY. People who were sleeping ...and more »

Insufficient sleep may add more than an inch to your waist, study suggests - Washington Post

By now, the connection between sleep and weight gain has been well established. Numerous studies have provided evidence that sleeping too little — less than five hours — messes with your hormones, slows down your metabolism and reprograms your body ...and more »

Sleeping badly could add 3 cm to your waistline, study suggests - Telegraph.co.uk

Sleeping badly could be driving weight gain, scientists fear, after finding that people who slept just six hours a night had waist measurements an inch greater than those who get nine hours. The results strengthen the evidence that insufficient sleep ...and more »

Why Getting Too Little Sleep Could Be Adding Inches To Your Waistline - Forbes

The scientific consensus is clear: we need more sleep. Our bodies and brains rely on getting sufficient shuteye, and cutting ourselves short deals a compounding blow to our health. A new study adds to the argument by showing that sleeping too little ...and more »

Is a Lack of Sleep Adding to Your Waistline? - Newsmax

Adults who don't get enough sleep are more likely to be overweight and obese than those who sleep well, and their waistlines are larger, says a study from the U.K.'s University of Leeds. In addition, those who sleep poorly also have poorer metabolic ...and more »

Sleep study finds that the fewer hours you snooze the heavier you are likely to be - USA TODAY

Not getting enough sleep? It could be adding to your waistline. A United Kingdom study has found that people who sleep about six hours a night had a waist 1.2 inches larger than those getting nine hours of sleep a night. The research, which was led by ...and more »

Lack Of Sleep Leads To Bigger Waistlines, British Researchers Claim In New Study - The Inquisitr

New research suggests that among all of the dangers associated with a lack of sleep, a bigger waistline may be among the more overlooked risks, as well as a possible contributing factor to obesity. The research, which was published Thursday on the ...and more »

Lack of Sleep Could Add Inches to Your Waistline - SavingAdvice.com

lack of sleep. It has been known for some time that the amount of sleep you get can impact your health, especially your mental health. Lack of sleep has been linked to anxiety and depression. The latest study about how sleep impacts the body showed ...and more »