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By loveyourlife
#28761 Not getting enough quality sleep is a recipe for weight gain, according to prevention.com. If you're sleeping less than seven hours a night, hormone levels conspire against you to make you feel hungrier, cause you to crave high-calorie, carbohydrate-dense food, and not feel full even when you've eaten enough.

Low energy levels also tempt people to reach for sugary snacks or caffeine, which result in energy highs and lows all day, setting them up for dieting failure.

Men and women who sleep less have been found to eat more the next day, and when their diets are regulated for them to be healthy and balanced, when they sleep less, they lose more muscle and less fat.

So it's important to get your sleep if you want to get to or maintain a healthy body weight! Everything is connected when it comes to a healthy lifestyle.