3 ways decreased sleep contributes to overeating

1. Increasing hunger: Sleep deprivation may alter the hormones that control hunger. (18) One small study, for example, found that young men who were deprived of sleep had higher levels of the appetite-stimulating hormone ghrelin and lower levels of the satiety-inducing hormone leptin, with a corresponding increase in hunger and appetite-especially for foods rich in … Continue reading 3 ways decreased sleep contributes to overeating