Sleep deprivation activates brain region responsible for hunger

01/19/2012 |

Swedish researchers found that an acute lack of sleep stimulates a certain part of the brain that regulates hunger, which may negatively affect weight-loss efforts. The findings underscore the importance of adequate sleep to maintain a healthy weight, said researcher Christian Benedict.

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