Could poor sleep be affecting your snacking habits? This is what science has to say about it.
You might already know that sleep is connected to your overall sense of wellness, but did you know it could actually affect your eating habits?
Failing to sleep the recommended seven or more hours a night can lead to overeating and snacking.
People who don’t meet their sleep recommendations tend to eat more calories, carbs and added sugars during their snacks than those who actually sleep the right amount of hours.
It is usually more common for people to stay awake for longer the following day and it is more difficult to use the excess energy which will get store as fat.
So if you want to lose weight there are some ideas of food that can help you sleep better.