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    How Sleep Affects Metabolism

    Sleep and Metabolism

    Sleep affects bodies more than we realize. When we sleep, the body goes through a host of metabolic and hormonal processes to stay healthy, fit and active. Although, this requires us to get the right amount of sleep. If you are suffering from sleeping disorders or you generally sleep more than required, then your chances of contracting some form of metabolic dysfunctions are very high. One such study conducted with over 130,000 adults between the age of 40-70 concluded that people who sleep for lesser than six hours and people who sleep for more than ten hours suffered some form of metabolic syndrome. People who stay up late often resort to midnight snacking. On the other hand, people who sleep very little also tend to…

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