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by fiona basil (25.01.2021)

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Poor sleep has repeatedly been linked to a higher body mass index (BMI) and weight gain. People’s sleep requirements vary, but, generally speaking, research has observed changes in weight when people get fewer than seven hours of sleep a night. A major review found that short sleep duration increased the likelihood of obesity by 89% in children and 55% in adults. Another study followed about 60,000 non-obese nurses for 16 years. At the end of the study, the nurses who slept five or fewer hours per night were 15% more likely to be obese than those who slept at least seven hours a night. While these studies were all observational, weight gain has also been seen in experimental sleep deprivation studies.

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