When you don’t get enough sleep, your body is unable to produce the hormones necessary for weight loss. Reduced levels of leptin (the satiety hormone), increased ghrelin (the hunger hormone), and increased cortisol are all caused by insufficient sleep (the stress hormone). Sleep deprivation would cause you to wake up with an overactive metabolism and an insatiable need to eat. Insulin resistance is more likely to develop, which makes losing weight more difficult. The rapid surge in insulin and subsequent drop in blood sugar that results from consuming foods high in refined carbohydrates and sugar may leave you ravenous in a short period of time.
A three-hour interval between working out and going to sleep is recommended by sleep experts. They also advise against working out too late at night. Keeping a food journal can help you keep track of your daily caloric intake and eliminate unnecessary junk from your diet. Maintaining a meal journal provides a daily reality check. When exposed to chilly weather, lowering the setting on the air conditioner might help you burn more brown fat. Brown fat burning is aided by sleeping in loose, comfortable clothing and with the air conditioner on.
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