Eat about 300 more calories a day from 14 Ways Lack of Sleep is Causing Weight Gain

14 Ways Lack of Sleep is Causing Weight Gain

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Eat about 300 more calories a day

Research has shown that sleep-deprived participants burn the same number of calories as those who are well-rested, but sleepy people eat about 300 more calories a day. Considering that takes only 3,500 calories to add a pound to your waistline, it’s not a surprise you can gain a lot of weight in a short period of time.

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