It’s true—insomnia has a lot more to do with weight-gain than you’d imagine. If you’re not getting an average of seven to eight hours of sleep at night, it means you’re sabotaging your waistline and overall health. The benefits of sleep far exceed waking up feeling refreshed.
Do you have problems sleeping at night? If so, you’re not alone. Sleep is typically an overlooked aspect of weight-loss. In fact, insomnia is among the top sleep complaint of Americans nationwide. Numerous studies have validated the connection between sleep, lack of exercise, overeating and poor memory retention. Further, the benefits of restorative sleep aids in cell regeneration and the body’s ability to heal.
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