Normal-weight men who lacked sleep ate larger portions of high-calorie snacks before and after breakfast, a study found. The findings on the website of the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology suggest that sleep deprivation may trigger overeating regardless of satiety.
Sleep deprivation triggers higher food intake in study
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