Taking a short nap can diminish your risk of a binge just by reducing carvings.
Getting adequate sleep is a part of any healthy lifestyle. It reduces stress and anxiety and can improve your work performance. But who would’ve thought that adequate sleep and even a short nap can help reduce your urge to eat or cravings? Cravings are terrible slim waistline. Any increase in appetite can increase the likelihood that you will graze or been for any foods around your house or workplace.
Inadequate sleep increases your cortisol levels and increases fat depositional around the waist. That depositional around the waist increases your insulin resistance and perpetuates central obesity. Though it might be tempting to stay up late to watch
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The bottom line: Taking a nap can help reduce fatigue and suppress your appetite. A simple nap can help reduce your hunger and reduce your risk of grazing for snack food.