It’s just as important to get enough sleep as it is to be active.
Good quality sleep is necessary for your body to restore and recover from the mental, emotional and physical activities of the day.
- A lack of sleep has been associated with weight gain in both children and adults.
- Sleeping less than seven hours each night is linked to an increased calorie intake from saturated fats and carbohydrate-rich foods.
- There is a significant association between obesity, and sleeping less than six hours per night.
Fatigue and a lack of good quality sleep may be causing weight gain. Speak to a Lighten Up consultant today.