Study links longer sleep to fewer junk-food cravings

08/13/2014 | CBS News

Overweight, sleep-deprived adults reduced junk-food cravings by 62% after increasing their sleep time by an average of 96 minutes per night, University of Chicago researchers reported in the journal Appetite. The study used individualized sleep interventions and found that when participants got closer to eight hours of sleep nightly, they also had decreased appetite overall.

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