Change Your Sleep Schedule To Lose Weight, Study Shows

For example, a randomized trial published in the journal Obesity last year found that among overweight and obese women ages 35 to 55 who were engaged in a weight loss program, getting an adequate amount of good quality sleep increased the chance of weight loss success by 33 percent. dr oz garcinia cambogia While researchers dont know exactly how sleep schedules affect body mass and fat, other studies have shown that sleep has an effect on physical activity, appetite, and the hormones that control appetite, metabolism, and the cues that tell us were full. According to studiesskimping on sleep boosts production of ghrelin, the hormone that controls food cravings, and decreases production of leptin, the hormone that signals satiety and helps prevent over-eating. If you need more incentive, weight is just one of many aspects of your health that sleep benefits. Recent research shows that sleep detoxes the brain , helping rid it of protein build-up that can lead to Alzheimers and dementia.
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Fat But Fit? Study Reveals That Fitness, Not Weight, Predicts Risk Of Early Death

“Maybe in the future these cut points will be reassessed.” Also on HuffPost: Loading Slideshow Doctor’s Office Pace the room while waiting at the doctor’s office. More from Health.com: 10 Ways to Walk Off Fat Faster 9 Easy Ways to Sneak in More Exercise 20 Ways to Torch 200 Calories Grocery Store Grocery shopping? Make an extra tour around the perimeter aisles before checking out. Bathroom Break Use the restroom one floor down (or up) at work instead of heading for the one just down the hall.
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