Insomnia disrupts the hormones that tell the body when it is full. A recent study shows that chronic insomniacs have an imbalance in hormones which could explain why they have a tendency to gain weight over time.
Lack of sleep associated with a rise in blood pressure. A Chicago University study has concluded that with each hour of lost sleep there is a 37% increase in the chance of developing high blood pressure.
Children’s weight hit by poor sleep The latest research also adds to a growing body of evidence that links a lack of adequate sleep to weight gain in children.
Obesity linked to lack of sleep Researchers at the University of Bristol have found a possible link between obesity and lack of sleep.
“Good sleep is vital for good physical, mental and emotional health” Scientists have consistently linked sleep disturbances to an increased risk of suicidal behaviour in people with psychiatric disorders and in adolescents. Dr Neil Stanley, a sleep expert at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, said “Poor sleep has long been linked with an increased risk [...]
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