Several recent studies suggest that too little sleep may disrupt the balance of hormones that regulate hunger and appetite and increase the risk of weight gain. Researchers found that sleep deprivation in healthy adults caused an increase in a hormone responsible for feelings of hunger and a decrease in a hormone that suppresses hunger. These findings have lead to new investigations about the role of sleep in the epidemic of obesity and have reaffirmed the notion that sleep is as important to good health as diet and exercise.
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