Lack of sleep has been linked to increased body mass index and obesity risk in both children and adults.
Due to its influence on hormones that indicate hunger and fullness, it's possible that a lack of sleep might cause an increase in appetite.
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Inadequate sleep affects self-control, decision-making, and eating reactions. Inadequate sleep also increases calorie, fat, and sugar consumption.
Late-night nibbling, larger serving sizes, and more time spent eating are all ways in which lack of sleep contributes to weight gain.
There is some evidence that a worse quality of sleep might result in a lower resting metabolic rate (RMR), although the results are inconsistent.
Obtaining adequate sleep may boost your drive to exercise and athletic performance, which may help you lose weight. Curiously, exercise improves sleep.