Are Your Sleep Habits Affecting Your Weight?

Too little sleep appears to impact your hunger, dietary choices, and, ultimately, your weight.

About one in three adults in the United States report routinely not getting enough sleep. Sleep insufficiency is associated with increased risk for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, mental health problems, injuries, loss of productivity, and death. It also appears to be associated with increased risk for obesity, especially in children. Fortunately, sleep is a modifiable risk […]
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