Is your lack of sleep making you feel hungry? If so, there may be a scientific reason for it.
Apparently, when we don’t get enough rest, our bodies produce higher amounts of ghrelin (a hormone that stimulates hunger). Not only that, ghrelin also reduces the amount of energy we expend – making sleep deprivation particularly problematic for dieters.
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