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“There’s no end to parties leading up to the actual holiday, and we’re expected to go to work however late we stayed up the night before,” says Burr. “Research shows that lack of sleep can cause weight gain by compelling our bodies to compensate for our low energy with more and more food.  So, ‘settle your brains for a long winter’s nap’ every night, or sleep in after a late one.”