December 21, 2018 3 min read
By Ana Reisdorf, MS, RD
When it comes to weight loss, sleep is often an overlooked factor. Some of us suffer from the misconception that we can get in shape by skimping on sleep and getting up early to work out. But the opposite is actually true. Getting enough sleep is one of the best things you can do to help you lose weight, so if that means skipping a workout session here and there to get some rest, then that’s OK.
Seven to eight hours of uninterrupted sleep each night is the goal for overall wellness. But that much sleep isn’t always easy to come by, given the demanding schedules and daily stresses many of us face.
Lack of sleep can also make it harder to choose healthier meals and snacks. Research has linked poor sleep with increased feelings of hunger during daytime hours, increased portion sizes and more frequent cravings for sugary and fatty foods. Lack of sleep also increases inflammation, putting you at risk of developing serious health problems like heart disease, diabetes and obesity.
Here are a few tips for increasing your chances of a better night’s sleep:
With these few simple strategies you can start sleeping better and reach your weight-loss goals.
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