Sleep deprivation increases calorie intake, study finds

03/24/2011 | USA Today

Columbia University researchers found that normal-weight men and women consumed 296 calories more on average when they slept for only four hours compared with when they got a full night's sleep. "Sleep deprivation makes you more susceptible to overeating, so that can be something to consider when you're trying to lose weight," the lead study author said.

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