Sunday, 6 November 2016

Less sleep makes you more hungry

It is medically known and proven that less sleep makes you more
hungry.

When you're short on sleep,
your body's systems get out of
whack. This makes the body systems to messes with the
hormones that let you know
you're hungry and makes your
body think it needs calories
when it actually doesn't.

That is why you feel you are hungry when you don't sleep.

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